University Physics with Modern Physics (14th Edition)

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ISBN: 9780321973610

Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman

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Chapter 27.1, Problem 27.1TYU

Suppose you cut off the part of the compass needle shown in Fig. 27.5a that is painted gray. You discard this part, drill a hole in the remaining red part, and place the red part on the pivot at the center of the compass. Will the red part still swing when a current is applied as in Fig. 27.5b?

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A particle with initial...Ch. 27 - (a) What is the speed of a beam of electrons when...Ch. 27 - A 150-V battery is connected across two parallel...Ch. 27 - A singly ionized (one electron removed) 40K atom...Ch. 27 - Singly ionized (one electron removed) atoms are...Ch. 27 - In the Bainbridge mass spectrometer (see Fig....Ch. 27 - Prob. 27.33ECh. 27 - A straight, 2.5-m wire carries a typical household...Ch. 27 - A long wire carrying 4.50 A of current makes two...Ch. 27 - An electromagnet produces a magnetic field of...Ch. 27 - A thin, 50.0-cm-long metal bar with mass 750 g...Ch. 27 - A straight, vertical wire carries a current of...Ch. 27 - Prob. 27.39ECh. 27 - The plane of a 5.0 cm X 8.0 cm rectangular loop of...Ch. 27 - The 20.0 cm 35.0 cm rectangular circuit shown in...Ch. 27 - A rectangular coil of wire, 22.0 cm by 35.0 cm and...Ch. 27 - CP A uniform rectangular coil of total mass 212 g...Ch. 27 - Both circular coils A and B (Fig. E27.44) have...Ch. 27 - Prob. 27.45ECh. 27 - Prob. 27.46ECh. 27 - Prob. 27.47ECh. 27 - A dc motor with its rotor and field coils...Ch. 27 - Figure E27.49 shows a portion of a silver ribbon...Ch. 27 - Prob. 27.50ECh. 27 - When a particle of charge q 0 moves with a...Ch. 27 - A particle with charge 7.26 108C is moving in a...Ch. 27 - Prob. 27.53PCh. 27 - Prob. 27.54PCh. 27 - Prob. 27.55PCh. 27 - The magnetic poles of a small cyclotron produce a...Ch. 27 - A particle with negative charge q and mass m =...Ch. 27 - A particle of charge q 0 is moving at speed in...Ch. 27 - Suppose the electric field between the plates in...Ch. 27 - Mass Spectrograph. 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