PROBLEMS FOR CHAPTER 11SECTION 11.2 (Radiation by Classical Charges)with de dE deentined fremFind dr di wbeer (crude approximation that drestimate roughly bow leng thie aletin from 7 m lor (Fmate, see Prolem 11.15)11.7 Many particle acceleratersand the synchrotrun (Sectionscharged partacles in a circulas atmagnetic Seld The centrpetal accelacan be very large and can lead oby radiation, in accordance with Esader a 10-MeV proton in a cyclotron.oUse the formuda (11.11 to calculate teInss in Vs chue to radiotion. (b) Sopantried to prodace electrons with the samgy in a circular machine of the saCase the motH M t berelativat a(111 odified by an estra ta f11.1 A charge q executes simple hamonic motion with po-silionr- A sin aa (a) Find P. the total power of theadiation ensitted by this oscallating charge (b) Showthat the average power over one complete cycle is(P) =3411.2 In the antenna of a TV or radio station, charges os-cillate al some frequency / and radiate electromagnetic waves of the same frequency As a simple modelof such an antenna, imagine that a single chargeq-250 nC is executing simple harmonic motion at100 MH with amplhtude 3 m. (1 aC- 10cuulomb) Ue the result of Problem 11.1 to cakulatethe average total power radiated by this antenna.3A certain oell phone transmitter radiates 3 W ofpower a abot 900 MH (a) Find the rate of emason of photons by the transmitter (b) In this case isthere an appreciable diflerence between the correctquantum view and the classical picture un which theradialion is emited continunuslr114 Carry out the calulation of Example 11.1 sing Sttnit throughou No vou use a calulator and exed its axium expent range (usally It youhid caloulato the mantissa and ejnent separately]The formula (11.1) for the power Prahated by anlerating charge e can be derived by the methoddimendonal analysis Since Pwould be expected toand we might reasonahly gisa thalFed the rabe of emergy lass of thie elostmonpare with that fra prut oer ertroa shoult be enormoly larger than e thThis explains why mnt clectvn aclovar, not carcular since the apceleramem in aceleratoresce e a Tas scentripetal acerleration oomdure bes11.8 Answet the same qtoalsue that oth the groesn aesenotgy 10 CieVand move i(ta this cane oib partcles anem Use the relativs formala11.9 The rig lled PE Sstoys clectroas wbelngStaticcharge distribution (Sec 113sorption of a phet/ssion uf a pltDETAILSP2kq'a'/ (11.1)shd bave the formLidetime- 10 (114)whate in sne dimepstonlen eumbet of derbapa omehine liku đ and whers(11 48

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How might I be able to answer Problem 11.3? This problem is from a chapter titled "Atomic transitions and radiation." The section it is under is called Radiation by Classical Charges.

PROBLEMS FOR CHAPTER 11
SECTION 11.2 (Radiation by Classical Charges)
with de dE deentined frem
Find dr di wbeer (
crude approximation that dr
estimate roughly bow leng thie alet
in from 7 m lor (F
mate, see Prolem 11.15)
11.7 Many particle acceleraters
and the synchrotrun (Sections
charged partacles in a circulas at
magnetic Seld The centrpetal accela
can be very large and can lead o
by radiation, in accordance with E
sader a 10-MeV proton in a cyclotron.o
Use the formuda (11.11 to calculate te
Inss in Vs chue to radiotion. (b) Sopan
tried to prodace electrons with the sam
gy in a circular machine of the sa
Case the motH M t berelativat a
(111 odified by an estra ta f
11.1 A charge q executes simple hamonic motion with po-
silionr- A sin aa (a) Find P. the total power of the
adiation ensitted by this oscallating charge (b) Show
that the average power over one complete cycle is
(P) =
34
11.2 In the antenna of a TV or radio station, charges os-
cillate al some frequency / and radiate electromag
netic waves of the same frequency As a simple model
of such an antenna, imagine that a single charge
q-250 nC is executing simple harmonic motion at
100 MH with amplhtude 3 m. (1 aC- 10
cuulomb) Ue the result of Problem 11.1 to cakulate
the average total power radiated by this antenna.
3A certain oell phone transmitter radiates 3 W of
power a abot 900 MH (a) Find the rate of emas
on of photons by the transmitter (b) In this case is
there an appreciable diflerence between the correct
quantum view and the classical picture un which the
radialion is emited continunuslr
114 Carry out the calulation of Example 11.1 sing St
tnit throughou No vou use a calulator and ex
ed its axium expent range (usally It you
hid caloulato the mantissa and ejnent separately]
The formula (11.1) for the power Prahated by an
lerating charge e can be derived by the method
dimendonal analysis Since Pwould be expected to
and we might reasonahly gisa thal
Fed the rabe of emergy lass of thie elostmon
pare with that fra prut oer er
troa shoult be enormoly larger than e th
This explains why mnt clectvn aclo
var, not carcular since the apceleramem in a
celeratoresce e a Tas s
centripetal acerleration oomdure bes
11.8 Answet the same qto
alsue that oth the groesn aes
enotgy 10 CieVand move i
(ta this cane oib partcles ane
m Use the relativs formala
11.9 The rig lled PE S
stoys clectroas wbelng
Staticcharge distribution (Sec 113
sorption of a phet
/ssion uf a plt
DETAILS
P2kq'a'/ (11.1)
shd bave the form
Lidetime- 10 (114)
whate in sne dimepstonlen eumbet of der
bapa omehine liku đ and whers
(11 48
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PROBLEMS FOR CHAPTER 11 SECTION 11.2 (Radiation by Classical Charges) with de dE deentined frem Find dr di wbeer ( crude approximation that dr estimate roughly bow leng thie alet in from 7 m lor (F mate, see Prolem 11.15) 11.7 Many particle acceleraters and the synchrotrun (Sections charged partacles in a circulas at magnetic Seld The centrpetal accela can be very large and can lead o by radiation, in accordance with E sader a 10-MeV proton in a cyclotron.o Use the formuda (11.11 to calculate te Inss in Vs chue to radiotion. (b) Sopan tried to prodace electrons with the sam gy in a circular machine of the sa Case the motH M t berelativat a (111 odified by an estra ta f 11.1 A charge q executes simple hamonic motion with po- silionr- A sin aa (a) Find P. the total power of the adiation ensitted by this oscallating charge (b) Show that the average power over one complete cycle is (P) = 34 11.2 In the antenna of a TV or radio station, charges os- cillate al some frequency / and radiate electromag netic waves of the same frequency As a simple model of such an antenna, imagine that a single charge q-250 nC is executing simple harmonic motion at 100 MH with amplhtude 3 m. (1 aC- 10 cuulomb) Ue the result of Problem 11.1 to cakulate the average total power radiated by this antenna. 3A certain oell phone transmitter radiates 3 W of power a abot 900 MH (a) Find the rate of emas on of photons by the transmitter (b) In this case is there an appreciable diflerence between the correct quantum view and the classical picture un which the radialion is emited continunuslr 114 Carry out the calulation of Example 11.1 sing St tnit throughou No vou use a calulator and ex ed its axium expent range (usally It you hid caloulato the mantissa and ejnent separately] The formula (11.1) for the power Prahated by an lerating charge e can be derived by the method dimendonal analysis Since Pwould be expected to and we might reasonahly gisa thal Fed the rabe of emergy lass of thie elostmon pare with that fra prut oer er troa shoult be enormoly larger than e th This explains why mnt clectvn aclo var, not carcular since the apceleramem in a celeratoresce e a Tas s centripetal acerleration oomdure bes 11.8 Answet the same qto alsue that oth the groesn aes enotgy 10 CieVand move i (ta this cane oib partcles ane m Use the relativs formala 11.9 The rig lled PE S stoys clectroas wbelng Staticcharge distribution (Sec 113 sorption of a phet /ssion uf a plt DETAILS P2kq'a'/ (11.1) shd bave the form Lidetime- 10 (114) whate in sne dimepstonlen eumbet of der bapa omehine liku đ and whers (11 48

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