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Assuming that only thermal conduction is important, and using relevant data selected from that given below, estimate how long it would take for a layer of ice 10 em thick to form on the lake's surface. 3 X 105 1 kg- 1 Density of water, Pw = 1000kgm-3 Pi= 920kgm- 3 Density of ice, P139 If it takes two days to defrost a frozen 5-kg turkey, estimate how long it would take to defrost an 8-tonne Siberian mammoth. 6-kg block of ice at -10 oc is placed into a closed empty container, also at a temperature of -10 oc.
Its dipole momentum vector p is perpendicular to the plates and the distances of the dipole from the plates are x and d - x, respectively. How does the charge which accumulates on each of the plates depend on x? ) P124* P125* The refractive index of the medium within a certain region, x > 0, y > 0, changes with y. A thin light ray travelling in the x-direction strikes the medium at right angles and moves through the medium along a circular arc. z 7 ly 31 Problems How does the refractive index depend on y?
What current flows in the ring? 01 T Magnetic field constants: ex= 2m- 1 f3=32m- 1 P183* A small, electrically charged bead can slide on a circular, frictionless, insulating string. A point-like electric dipole is fixed at the centre of the circle with the dipole's axis lying in the plane of the circle. Initially the bead is on the plane of symmetry of the dipole, as shown in the figure. : . How does the bead move after it is released? Find the normal force exerted by the string on the bead. Where will the bead first stop after being released?