## Criterion EÐLI3NE05(ms)

### Criterion for Knowledge

Student should have acquired knowledge and understanding of:

• the magnetic field around a magnetic whip and around current conductive conductor
• the behaviour of photoelectric beams in electric- and magnetic field
• the role of a mass spectrometer
• how a current and voltage induce
• Faraday's law of induction and Lorentz's theory of induced current
• unabsorbed fluctuations in an oscillatory circuit
• alternating current and can describe how voltage and current in RCL conduit are connected internally
• active voltage in an alternating current circuit
• capacitors and their usability
• photoelectric effect and Einstein's  theory of photoelectric effect
• the interference of particles in matter as in the Compton effect
• various atomic models throughout history
• Bohr's atomic theory
• particle waves and their behaviour
• key aspects of Einstein's theory of special relativity

### Criterion for skills

Student should have aquired skills in:

• applying the laws of magnetic force and the strength of a magnetic field
• applying vectors in deciding on the strength of a magnetic field from two or more conductors
• deciding the direction of a force and the strength of its magnetic field from the directional velocity of electronic particles in a  magnetic field
• applying Faraday's equation on induction and deciding on force and voltage in an elecric circuit where inductive voltage appears
• applying equations on the decision of the inductance and energy density of a solenoid
• calculating period of a vibration in an oscillatory circuit
• working with mass spectrometer in deciding the mass of electric particles and their movement within electric and magnetic field
• applying equations in deciding capacity and time constant of various capacitors connected parallel and in a series
• working with and calculating voltage and current in C-, L-, R-, RCL circuits in an alternating current
• applying equations in alternating current circuit
• applying equations on energy units in Einstein's theory of photoelectric effect
• applying equations on minimum wavelength of x-ray examination
• applying equations on the momentum of photons and electrons in relation to Compton´s effect
• applying equations in deciding on wavelength of photons in Bohr's model of a hydrygen atom
• using Bohr's model in deciding the energy steps of an electron
• applying Bragg's equation on the reflection of x-rays in crystals
• working with particle waves and realise the difference between a particle wave and a light wave
• applying equations in Einstein's theory of special relativity regarding the shortening of time and length in various systems of criteria
• presenting a report in an organised manner with interpretation of results, based on graphs and calculations on deviations

### Criterion for competence

Student should be able to make practical use of the general knowledge and skills he has acquired to:

• see how the laws of physics are connected to daily activities and technology concerning the aforementioned factors
• apply specific laws of physics in various circumstances
• see the connection between the laws of physics with different specialities
• see the correlation between individual laws where the basic concepts of physics are applied
• solve problems of various kinds with the requirements that the student realise the correlation between many laws of physics
Síðast uppfært: 17.10.2018