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Chap32&Chap33
1. Test Bank, Question 2
Gauss' law for magnetism tells us:
the net charge in any given volume
that the line integral of a magnetic field around any closed loop must vanish
the magnetic field of a current element
that magnetic monopoles do not exist
charges must be moving to produce magnetic fields

## 2. *Chapter 32, Problem 3

A Gaussian surface in the shape of a right circular cylinder with end caps has a radius of 14.1 cm and a length of 98.7
cm. Through one end there is an inward magnetic flux of 32.9 Wb. At the other end there is a uniform magnetic field of
2.12 mT, normal to the surface and directed outward. What is the magnitude of the net magnetic flux through the
curved surface?
Number

99.510967517560

Units Wb

## 3. Test Bank, Question 8

Suppose you are looking into one end of a long cylindrical tube in which there is a uniform electric field, pointing away
from you. If the magnitude of the field is decreasing with time the direction of the induced magnetic field is:
toward you
away from you
clockwise
counterclockwise

## 4. Test Bank, Question 18

Maxwell's great contribution to electromagnetic theory was his hypothesis that:
work is required to move a magnetic pole through a closed path surrounding a current
a time-varying electric flux acts as a current for purposes of producing a magnetic field
the speed of light could be determined from simple electrostatic and magnetostatic experiments (finding the
values of

and

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## 5. *Chapter 32, Problem 10

In 32-29 an electric field is directed out of the page within a circular region of radius R = 4.00 cm. The magnitude of the
electric field is given by
E = (0.900 V/ms)(1 - r/R)t,
where radial distance r R and t is in seconds. What is the magnitude of the magnetic field that is induced at radial
distances (a)3.00 cm and (b)6.00 cm?

(a) Number

7.506835645753E-20

Units T

(b) Number

4.448495197483E-20

Units T

## 6. Test Bank, Question 26

Consider the four Maxwell equations:

I.

II.

III.

IV.

## Which of these must be modified if magnetic poles are discovered?

only I
only II
only II and III

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only II, III, IV

## 7. Test Bank, Question 55

If

is the orbital angular momentum of an electron, the magnetic dipole moment associated with its orbital motion:

is in the direction of

## is opposite to the direction of

is in the direction of

## 8. Test Bank, Question 58

The intrinsic magnetic dipole moments of protons and neutrons are much less than that of an electron because:
their masses are greater
their angular momenta are much less
their angular momenta are much greater
their charges are much less

## 9. Test Bank, Question 65

A magnetic field

is applied to a diamagnetic substance. In the interior the magnetic field produced by the

## magnetic dipoles of the substance is:

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greater than

less than

greater than

less than

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the same as

## 10. Test Bank, Question 70

The diagram shows two small paramagnetic shperes, one near each end of a bar magnet. Which of the following
statements is true?

## The forces on 1 and 2 are both away from the magnet

The forces on 1 and 2 are both toward the magnet
The force on 1 is toward the magnet and the force on 2 is away from the magnet
The force on 1 is away from the magnet and the force on 2 is away from the magnet
The magnet does not exert a force on either sphere

## 11. Test Bank, Question 78

Because ferromagnets exhibit hysteresis, the magnetization:
can never be in the same direction as an applied field
may not vanish when an applied field is reduced to zero
can never vanish
is proportional to any applied magnetic field
is always opposite to the direction of any applied magnetic field

## 12. Test Bank, Question 12

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## Print Assignment: Chap32&Chap33 ::

Which of the following types of electromagnetic radiation travels at the greatest speed in vacuum?
Visible light
X rays
Gamma rays
All of these travel at the same speed

## 13. Test Bank, Question 16

Radio waves of wavelength 3 cm have a frequency of:
1 MHz
9 MHz
100 MHz
10,000 MHz
900 MHz

## 14. Test Bank, Question 7

Maxwell's equations predict that the speed of electromagnetic waves in free space is given by:

## 15. Test Bank, Question 18

If the electric field in a plane electromagnetic wave is given by Emsin[(3 106/m1)x

## t)], in SI the value of

is:

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## 16. Test Bank, Question 20

The electric field for a plane electromagnetic wave traveling in the +y direction is shown. Consider a point where

is

field is:

field

field

field

field

field

## 17. *Chapter 33, Problem 73

The electric component of a beam of polarized light is
Ey = (5.10 V/m) sin[(1.04 106 m-1)z + t].
(a) Write an expression for the magnetic field component of the wave, including a value for . What are the (b)
wavelength, (c) period, and (d) intensity of this light? (e) Parallel to which axis does the magnetic field oscillate? (f) In
which region of the electromagnetic spectrum is this wave?
(a)Bx = (

17.011340893929

(b) Number
(c) Number
(d) Number
(e) x
(f) infrared

nT) sin[(

1.04

106 1/m)z + (

3.11792E+14

1/s)t]

## 6.041524333827 Units micron

20.151849012096 Units fs
34.520865255069 Units mW/m^2

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## 18. *Chapter 33, Problem 17

The maximum electric field 13 m from a point light source is 3.0 V/m. What are (a) the maximum value of the magnetic
field and (b) the average intensity of the light there? (c) What is the power of the source?
(a)

1.000667111408E-8

(b)

0.011950642254

(c) Number

W/m^2

25.379777739884

Units W

## 19. *Chapter 33, Problem 27

A plane electromagnetic wave, with wavelength 3.9 m, travels in vacuum in the positive direction of an x axis. The
electric field, of amplitude 450 V/m, oscillates parallel to the y axis. What are the (a) frequency, (b) angular frequency,
and (c) angular wave number of the wave? (d) What is the amplitude of the magnetic field component? (e) What is the
time-averaged rate of energy flow associated with this wave? The wave uniformly illuminates a surface of area 2.0 m2. If
the surface totally absorbs the wave, what are (f) the rate at which momentum is transferred to the surface and (g) the
(a)

76869230.76923077

Hz

(b) Number

482983621.3434277

(c) Number

1.611073155687

(d)

0.000001501051

(e)

268.752506764122

T
W/m^2

(f) Number

0.000001792938

(g) Number

8.964692176661E-7

Units N
Units N/m^2 or Pa

## 20. *Chapter 33, Problem 33

In Fig. 33-40, initially unpolarized light is sent into a system of three polarizing sheets whose polarizing directions make
angles of 1 = 31, 2 = 20, and 3 = 41 with the direction of the y axis. What percentage of the light's initial
intensity is transmitted by the system?

Figure 33-40
Number

4.654318189658

Units percent

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## 21. *Chapter 33, Problem 65

Figure 33-61 depicts a simplistic optical fiber: a plastic core (n1 = 1.60) is surrounded by a plastic sheath (n2 = 1.46). A
light ray is incident on one end of the fiber at angle . The rays is to undergo total internal reflection at point A, where it
encounters the core-sheath boundary. (Thus there is no loss of light through that boundary.) What is the maximum
value of that allows total internal reflection at A?

Number

40.883470480704

Units (degrees)

## 22. *Chapter 33, Problem 70

In Fig. 33-64, a light ray in air is incident on a flat layer of material 2 that has an index of refraction n2 = 2.6. Beneath
material 2 is material 3 with an index of refraction n3. The ray is incident on the airmaterial 2 interface at the Brewster
angle for that interface. The ray of light refracted into material 3 happens to be incident on the material 2material 3
interface at the Brewster angle for that interface. What is the value of n3?

Number

## Significant digits are disabled; the tolerance is +/-2%

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