I am teaching or have taught AP physics B and C [calculus based mechanics & electricity and magnetism] as well as Lab Physics for college bound students. I have a BS in Physics from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Arts in Teaching from same. I have been teaching physics for 34 years. I am constantly updating my skills and have a particular interest in modern physics topics.
Assuming that initially the entire loop was within the field, the change in flux Dphi [D represents delta] would be: Dphi=D(B*A)=B*DA=B*D(x*y)=B*x*Dy=B*x[Vy*t]=2.4*0.080*0.015*2=0.00576 Weber Where B
The problem may be that the current in the loop is very high! If so the power dissipated could be very problematic. If there was no resistance the current would be only limited by the capability of the
Both the normal force and the frictional forces are the result of interactions between the electrons of the two contact surfaces. The frictional force between two surfaces is due to both the magnitude
The outermost electrons act to shield the inner electrons. After all, the incoming light will first encounter the outermost valence electrons first. In any case the inner electrons have MUCH higher ionization
The kinetic energy of the emitted electron is equal to the difference between the energy of the incoming photon that liberated the electron and the work function of the surface. For example, if the incoming
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