Total 3 holes are available for conduction of current at 300K.
In order to develop a semiconductor, two type of impurities can be added as given below:
Now for estimation of extra electrons in the impured structure is as
Now for estimation of "holes" in the impured structure is as
Now when the free electrons and "holes" are available in the structure ,the "holes" will be filled by the free electrons therefore
So total 3 "holes" are available for conduction of current at 300K.
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Let the force of the Moon on the Earth be F1. Let the force of the Earth pulling on the Moon be F2. Which of the following is greater? F1 ⊝ F2 ⊝ neither F1 nor F2 ⊝ cannot be determined without additional information
The two forces are equal in magnitude but opposite in direction.
The given parameters:
According to Newton's third law of motion, action and reaction are equal and opposite.
F₁ = -F₂
The force exerted on the moon by the Earth, is equal in magnitude to the force exerted on the Earth by the moon but the forces are opposite in direction.
Thus, we can conclude that the two forces are equal in magnitude but opposite in direction.
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If you hit the brakes of your bicycle does it still mean you’re accelerating
you will be decelerating
YOU ARE DECCELERATING
If it had been thrown with twice the speed in the same direction, it would have hit the ground in If it had been thrown with twice the speed in the same direction, it would have hit the ground in 3.20 s.
The ball will reach the ground in 0.8s
- Takes t = 0.8 s for ball to reach ground when thrown horizontal from top of a building.
If it had been thrown with twice the speed in the same direction, it would have hit the ground in how many second.
- We know that the amount of time taken to hit the ground is determined by the vertical distance i.e height at which it is thrown. The displacement of ball from top is given by:
S_y = S_o + V_i,y*t + 0.5*g*t^2
- We know that the S_o = height of the building.
We also know that the ball os thrown horizontally; hence, y-component of initial velocity is zero. V_y,i = 0
0 = h + 0 + 0.5*g*t^2
- Hence, the time taken t is:
t = sqrt ( 2h / g)
- The time taken to reach the ground is independent of the initial speed. Hence, the ball will reach the ground in 0.8s .
What force is required to accelerate a block of mass 4 kg at 2m/s2 on a surface which has a frictional force of 2N.
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Compare and contrast the properties of the terrestrial planets and the Jovian planets.
Planets in our solar system are classified as terrestrial and Jovian.
What is the net force on a 2 kg skateboard acceleration at a rate of 2 m/s2
A periodic wave has a fixed pattern that is repeated. What is one completion of the wave pattern called?
A periodic wave has a fixed pattern that is repeated. One completion of the wave pattern is called as cycle of the wave.
Periodic waves are those which repeat the same kind of behaviour or pattern after a particular interval of time. So, completion of behaviour or pattern for a given time interval is termed as the cycle of wave.
Generally, one complete wave pattern makes a time interval of 2π. So each cycle will take nearly 2π time to form. The repetition of cycle in a time interval will help us to derive the frequency of the system.
How many Earth radii above the Earth (not from its center) must you be located to experience an acceleration of gravity of 1.38 m/s/s. Express in terms of Earth-radii; that is, express the answer as the number of times greater than 6.38 x 106 m. Ratio of altitude/REarth
It is necessary to be at 2.66 Earth radii to experience an acceleration of .
The height above the earth surface necessary to experience an acceleration of can be found by means of the Universal law of gravity:
Then, replacing Newton's second law in equation 3 it is gotten:
Then, r can be isolated from equation 2
Where G is the gravitational constant, M is the mass of the Earth and a is the acceleration.
Hence, it is necessary to be at 2.66 Earth radii to experience an acceleration of .