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Perfect Circular Objective - Intermediate Physics - Exam

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This is the Exam of Intermediate Physics which includes Width of Central Maximum, Intensity Distribution, Horizontal Position Axis, Orders of Diffraction, Fabry-Perot Interferometer, Beam of Light, Transmission Directions etc. Key important points are: Perfect Circular Objective, Earth’s Atmosphere, Chromatic Resolving Power, Transparent Model, Supporting Beam, Spacing of Lines in Grating, Second Order Light, Fabry-Perot Interferometer
This is the Exam of Intermediate Physics which includes Width of Central Maximum, Intensity Distribution, Horizontal Position Axis, Orders of Diffraction, Fabry-Perot Interferometer, Beam of Light, Transmission Directions etc. Key important points are: Perfect Circular Objective, Earth’s Atmosphere, Chromatic Resolving Power, Transparent Model, Supporting Beam, Spacing of Lines in Grating, Second Order Light, Fabry-Perot Interferometer
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9322 THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY FACULTY OF SCIENCE INTERMEDIATE PHYSICS PHYS 2011 PHYSICS 2A JUNE 2008 TIME ALLOWED: 2 HOURS ALL QUESTIONS HAVE THE VALUE SHOWN INSTRUCTIONS: This paper consists of 2 sections. Section A Optics 50 marks Section B Nuclear Physics 40 marks Candidates should attempt all questions. USE A SEPARATE ANSWER BOOK FOR EACH SECTION. In answering the questions in this paper, it is particularly important to give reasons for your answer. Only partial marks will be awarded for correct answers with inadequate reasons. No written material of any kind may be taken into the examination room. Calculators are permitted. 9322 Semester 1 2008 Table of constants Page 2 of 10 Avogadro’s number speed of light electronic charge electron rest mass electron rest energy electron volt proton rest mass neutron rest mass Planck’s constant Planck’s constant (reduced) Boltzmann’s constant Universal gas constant Stefan’s constant permittivity of free space gravitational con..

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