1 Units, Physical Quantities, And Vectors 2 Motion Along A Straight Line 3 Motion In Two Or Three Dimensions 4 Newton's Laws Of Motion 5 Applying Newton 's Laws 6 Work And Kinetic Energy 7 Potential Energy And Energy Conservation 8 Momentum , Impulse, And Collisions 9 Rotation Of Rigid Bodies 10 Dynamics Of Rotational Motion 11 Equilibrium And Elasticity 12 Fluid Mechanics 13 Gravitation 14 Periodic Motion 15 Mechanical Waves 16 Sound And Hearing 17 Temperature And Heat 18 Thermal Properties Of Matter 19 The First Law Of Thermodynamics 20 The Second Law Of Thermodynamics 21 Electric Charge And Electric Field 22 Gauss's Law 23 Electric Potential 24 Capacitance And Dielectrics 25 Current, Resist Ance, And Electromotive Force 26 Direct-current Circuits 27 Magnetic Field And Magnetic Forces 28 Sources Of Magnetic Field 29 Electromagnetic Induction 30 Inductance 31 Alternating Current 32 Electromagnetic Waves 33 The Nature And Propagation Of Light 34 Geometric Optics 35 Interference 36 Diffraction 37 Relativity expand_more

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Problem Q27.1DQ: Can a charged particle move through a magnetic field without experiencing any force? If so, how? It... Problem Q27.2DQ Problem Q27.3DQ: Section 27.2 describes a procedure for finding the direction of the magnetic force using your right... Problem Q27.4DQ: The magnetic force on a moving charged particle is always perpendicular to the magnetic field B. Is... Problem Q27.5DQ: A charged particle is fired into a cubical region of space where there is a uniform magnetic field.... Problem Q27.6DQ: If the magnetic force does no work on a charged particle, how can it have any effect on the... Problem Q27.7DQ: A charged particle moves through a region of space with constant velocity (magnitude and direction).... Problem Q27.8DQ: How might a loop of wire carrying a current be used as a compass? Could such a compass distinguish... Problem Q27.9DQ: How could the direction of a magnetic field be determined by making only qualitative observations of... Problem Q27.10DQ: A loose, floppy loop of wire is carrying current I. The loop of wire is placed on a horizontal table... Problem Q27.11DQ Problem Q27.12DQ: Each of the lettered points at the corners of the cube in Fig. Q27.12 represents a positive charge q... Problem Q27.13DQ: A student claims that if lightning strikes a metal flag-pole, the force exerted by the earths... Problem Q27.14DQ Problem Q27.15DQ: The magnetic force acting on a charged particle can never do work because at every instant the force... Problem Q27.16DQ: When the polarity of the voltage applied to a dc motor is reversed, the direction of motion does not... Problem Q27.17DQ Problem Q27.18DQ Problem 27.1E: A particle with a charge of 1.24 108C is moving with instantaneous velocity = (4.19 104 m/s) +... Problem 27.2E: A particle of mass 0.195 g carries a charge of 2.50 108 C. The particle is given an initial... Problem 27.3E: In a 1.25-T magnetic field directed vertically upward, a particle having a charge of magnitude 8.50... Problem 27.4E: A particle with mass 1.81 103 kg and a charge of 1.22 I08 C has, at a given instant, a velocity =... Problem 27.5E: An electron experiences a magnetic force of magnitude 4.60 1015 N when moving at an angle of 60.0... Problem 27.6E: An electron moves at 1.40 106m/s through a region in which there is a magnetic field of unspecified... Problem 27.7E: CP A particle with charge 7.80 C is moving with velocity = (3.80 103m/s). The magnetic force on... Problem 27.8E: CP A particle with charge 5.60 nC is moving in a uniform magnetic field B = (1.25 T)k. The magnetic... Problem 27.9E: A group of particles is traveling in a magnetic field of unknown magnitude and direction. You... Problem 27.10E: A flat, square surface with side length 3.40 cm is in the xy-plane at z = 0. Calculate the magnitude... Problem 27.11E: A circular area with a radius of 6.50 cm lies in the xy-plane. What is the magnitude of the magnetic... Problem 27.12E: A horizontal rectangular surface has dimensions 2.80 cm by 3.20 cm and is in a uniform magnetic... Problem 27.13E: An open plastic soda bottle with an opening diameter of 2.5 cm is placed on a table. A uniform... Problem 27.14E Problem 27.15E: An election at point A in Fig. E27.15 has a speed V0 of 1.41 106m/s. Find (a) the magnitude and... Problem 27.16E: Repeat Exercise 27.15 for the case in which the particle is a proton rather than an electron. Problem 27.17E: CP A 150-g ball containing 4.00 108 excess electrons is dropped into a 125-m vertical shaft. At the... Problem 27.18E: An alpha particle (a He nucleus, containing two protons and two neutrons and having a mass of 6.64 ... Problem 27.19E: In an experiment with cosmic rays, a vertical beam of particles that have charge of magnitude 3e and... Problem 27.20E: BIO Cyclotrons are widely used in nuclear medicine for producing short-lived radioactive isotopes.... Problem 27.21E Problem 27.22E: In a cyclotron, the orbital radius of protons with energy 300 keV is 16.0 cm. You are redesigning... Problem 27.23E: An electron in the beam of a cathode-ray tube is accelerated by a potential difference of 2.00 kV.... Problem 27.24E: A beam of protons traveling at 1.20 km/s enters a uniform magnetic field, traveling perpendicular to... Problem 27.25E: A proton (q = 1.60 1019 C, m = 1.67 1027 kg) moves in a uniform magnetic field B = (0.500 T)i. At... Problem 27.26E: A singly charged ion of 7Li (an isotope of lithium) has a mass of 1.16 1026 kg. It is accelerated... Problem 27.27E Problem 27.28E Problem 27.29E: A 150-V battery is connected across two parallel metal plates of area 28.5 cm2 and separation 8.20... Problem 27.30E: A singly ionized (one electron removed) 40K atom passes through a velocity selector consisting of... Problem 27.31E: Singly ionized (one electron removed) atoms are accelerated and then passed through a velocity... Problem 27.32E: In the Bainbridge mass spectrometer (see Fig. 27.24), the magnetic-field magnitude in the velocity... Problem 27.33E Problem 27.34E: A straight, 2.5-m wire carries a typical household current of 1.5 A (in one direction) at a location... Problem 27.35E: A long wire carrying 4.50 A of current makes two 90 bends, as shown in Fig. E27.35. The bent part of... Problem 27.36E: An electromagnet produces a magnetic field of 0.550 T in a cylindrical region of radius 2.50 cm... Problem 27.37E: A thin, 50.0-cm-long metal bar with mass 750 g rests on, but is not attached to, two metallic... Problem 27.38E: A straight, vertical wire carries a current of 2.60 A downward in a region between the poles of a... Problem 27.39E Problem 27.40E: The plane of a 5.0 cm X 8.0 cm rectangular loop of wire is parallel to a 0.19-T magnetic field. The... Problem 27.41E: The 20.0 cm 35.0 cm rectangular circuit shown in Fig. E27.41 is hinged alongside ab. It carries a... Problem 27.42E: A rectangular coil of wire, 22.0 cm by 35.0 cm and carrying a current of 1.95 A, is oriented with... Problem 27.43E: CP A uniform rectangular coil of total mass 212 g and dimensions 0.500 m 1.00 m is oriented with... Problem 27.44E: Both circular coils A and B (Fig. E27.44) have area A and N turns. They are free to rotate about a... Problem 27.45E Problem 27.46E Problem 27.47E Problem 27.48E: A dc motor with its rotor and field coils connected in series has an internal resistance of 3.2 .... Problem 27.49E: Figure E27.49 shows a portion of a silver ribbon with z1 = 11.8 mm and y1 = 0.23 mm, carrying a... Problem 27.50E Problem 27.51P: When a particle of charge q 0 moves with a velocity of 1 at 45.0 from the +x-axis in the xy-plane,... Problem 27.52P: A particle with charge 7.26 108C is moving in a region where there is a uniform 0.650-T magnetic... Problem 27.53P Problem 27.54P Problem 27.55P Problem 27.56P: The magnetic poles of a small cyclotron produce a magnetic field with magnitude 0.85 T. The poles... Problem 27.57P: A particle with negative charge q and mass m = 2.58 1015 kg is traveling through a region... Problem 27.58P: A particle of charge q 0 is moving at speed in the +z-direction through a region of uniform... Problem 27.59P: Suppose the electric field between the plates in Fig. 27.24 is 1.88 104 V/m and the magnetic field... Problem 27.60P: Mass Spectrograph. A mass spectrograph is used to measure the masses of ions, or to separate ions of... Problem 27.61P: A straight piece of conducting wire with mass M and length L is placed on a frictionless incline... Problem 27.62P: CP A 2.60-N metal bar, 0.850 m long and having a resistance of 10.0 , rests horizontally on... Problem 27.63P: BIO Determining Diet. One method for determining the amount of corn in early Native American diets... Problem 27.64P: CP A plastic circular loop has radius R, and a positive charge q is distributed uniformly around the... Problem 27.65P Problem 27.66P: A wire 25.0 cm long lies along the z-axis and carries a current of 7.40 A in the +z-direction. The... Problem 27.67P: A long wire carrying 6.50 A of current makes two bends, as shown in Fig. P27.67. The bent part of... Problem 27.68P: The rectangular loop shown in Fig. P27.68 is pivoted about the y-axis and carries a current of 15.0... Problem 27.69P Problem 27.70P Problem 27.71P: The loop of wire shown in Fig. P27.71 forms a right triangle and carries a current I = 5.00 A in the... Problem 27.72P: CP A uniform bar has mass 0.0120 kg and is 30.0 cm long. It pivots without friction about an axis... Problem 27.73P: CALC A Voice Coil. It was shown in Section 27.7 that the net force on a current loop in a uniform... Problem 27.74P Problem 27.75P: CALC Force on a Current Loop in a Nonuniform Magnetic Field. It was shown in Section 27.7 that the... Problem 27.76P: Quark Model of the Neutron. The neutron is a particle with zero charge. Nonetheless, it has a... Problem 27.77P: A circular loop of wire with area A lies in the xy-plane. As viewed along the z-axis looking in the... Problem 27.78P: DATA You are using a type of mass spectrometer to measure charge-to-mass ratios of atomic ions. In... Problem 27.79P Problem 27.80P: DATA You are a technician testing the operation of a cyclotron. An alpha particle in the device... Problem 27.81CP: A particle with charge 2.15 C and mass 3.20 1011 kg is initially traveling in the +y-direction with... Problem 27.82CP Problem 27.83PP: If a proton is exposed to an external magnetic field of 2 T that has a direction perpendicular to... Problem 27.84PP: BIO MAGNETIC FIELDS AND MRI. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a powerful imaging method that,... Problem 27.85PP: The large magnetic fields used in MRI can produce forces on electric currents within the human body.... format_list_bulleted