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V = -N[dF/dt]
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R   O   Y   G   B   I   V
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Long l
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Helium Nucleus
p
n
140 pm
(Van der Waals Radius)
                 -12
1 pm = 10      m
                 -15
1 fm = 10      m
Helium Spectrum
Electron
Proton
+
-
Bohr Radius (rB) = 52.9 pm
rB
Simplified Schematic of the Hydrogen Atom
Electron Transition
from the
n = 3 Level to the n = 2 Level
Emitted
Photon
Electron
                           -19
qe = -1.60 X 10     C
                            -19
qp = +1.60 X 10     C
DE = hf
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3.14
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di
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do
Principal Axis
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ho
hi
0
f
Object
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Principal Ray
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t = Frsinq
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AP Physics 1
Tuesday May 8
11:30 am

AP Physics 2
Wednesday May 9
11:30 am
Dynamics: Newton's Laws, Inertia, Force, Translational Friction, Momentum and Its Conservation and Impulse
Quantum Mechanics I: Photon Momentum and the deBroglie Wavelength
Gravitation and Planetary Motion Problems
Forces and Orbital Mechanics Problems
Inclined Planes, Pulleys and Translational Friction Problems
The Push-Up Problem
UNH Library: Digitized Antiquarian Physics Books
Birtwistle, George 1925: The principles of thermodynamics
Martin, L. C. (Louis Claude) 1924: Optical measuring instruments, their construction, theory, and use
Tyndall, John, [1820-1893] 1895: Sound