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Hello zain,
o/n 11 p43 q7 bii 2
Cannot find this question
m/j 12 p42 q1 cii
c) ii) First off, were told that the radius of the orbit of the moon increases by 4 cm each year.
We need the energy change in one year
We also know that Energy change= m.Change in phi ,where m is the mass and change in phi is change in potential.
Moon mass: 7.4 x 10^22 Kg
Change in potential= GM(1/R1 - 1/R2)
Now just substitue: Change in potential= (6.67 x 10^-11)(6 x 10^24) (1/3.84x10^8) - 1/3.84x10^8 + 0.04)= 1.09 x 10^-4
Now Energy change = moon mass x change in potential = (7.4 x 10^22)(1.09 x 10^-4)=8 x 10^18 J
o/n 12 p43 q5 c ii
Cannot find this question
o/n 11 p43 q7 bii 2
http://studentbounty.com/pastpapers/Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)/International AS and A Level/Physics (9702)/2011 Nov/9702_w11_qp_43.pdf
o/n 12 p43 q5 c ii
http://studentbounty.com/pastpapers/Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)/International AS and A Level/Physics (9702)/2012 Nov/9702_w12_qp_43.pdf
Is the answer A because for an elastic collision relative speed of approach= relative speed of separation?View attachment 52103
Can anyone answer plz??
E=-(d phi/d t) so shouldn't it be in opposite direction i.e first pulse in negative side and second at positive?
http://studentbounty.com/pastpapers...el/Physics (9702)/2011 Nov/9702_w11_qp_43.pdfO/n 11 p43 q7 bii 2
We need a value for plancks constant, we have to find the gradient of the graph fig. 7.1.
I will take these two points on the graph (1.3x10^-19,2.6x10^6) and (3.7x10^-19,3.8x10^6)
Gradient = y2-y1/x2-x1= (3.8-2.6)x10^6/(3.7-1.3)x10^-19= 5x10^24
But we know that the MaxEnergy of a photoelectron= hf=hc/lambda - phi
Notice that normally we plot max energy on y axis and frequency or 1/lambda on x axis. With gradient=hc
But here, they're swapped max energy of photoelectron on x axis and 1/lambda on y axis and so the gradient must equal 1/hc.
We can now continue calculating gradient =1/hc and h=1/gradient.c
So h= 1/(5x10^24)(3x10^8)= 6.67 x10^-34 Js
O/n 12 p43 q5 cii
Hmm I'm honestly not sure about how to sketch this one I don't want to give you a wrong answer
but as we have to calculate 'h' in next part i don't think that we can use it in this part!In this question were asked to calculate phi the work function energy using the eqaution we wrote in (i) and Fig 7.1
The maximum kinetic energy of an emitted photoelectron is Emax= hc/lambda - phi
Now go back to Fig 7.1 and pick any point on the line
I'll pick (1.5 x 10^-19,2.7x10^6)
h the Planck constant= 6.63 x 10^-34 Js
Just substitue and work for phi
1.5x10^-19=(6.63x10^-34)(3x10^8)(2.7x10^6) - phi
So work function of metal =Phi= 3.87 x 10^-19 J
No bro I understand what you're trying to say but we can use h Planck's constant because we know it, and it's given in the formula sheet h= 6.63 x 10^-34 Jsbut as we have to calculate 'h' in next part i don't think that we can use it in this part!
Okay thanksmost of these are already solved at
http://physics-ref.blogspot.com/
check for the corresponding years there
kNo bro I understand what you're trying to say but we can use h Planck's constant because we know it, and it's given in the formula sheet h= 6.63 x 10^-34 Js
In part (ii) we're asked to find a value for it using Fig 7.1 and our equation. we cool?
Point P and R are entirely out of phase with each other because they have a difference of pie or 180 degrees between them whereas Q and T have a difference of 0.75 wavelengths between them which is equal to 270.Need explanation
O/N 2014 - variant 23
Q7) >b
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Can anyone answer plz??
Hey, the fundamental charge ( elementary charge) is the multiple of this set of charges of oil. And thus, the elementary charge (1.6 x10^-19 C) is a multiple of the differences of these oil charges. Subtract the first two for example,Can someone please explain this question?
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