# Physics 70

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## Equations

• Hemicylinder Optics Lab
• alpha(theta_i, n_1, n_2) for EM waves
• alpha(theta_i, theta_t) for EM waves
• beta(mu_1, mu_2, n_1, n_2) for EM waves (in an insulator)
• beta(mu_1, mu_2, v_1, v_2) for EM waves (in an insulator)
• d (attenuating EM wave)
• k (attenuating EM wave)
• kappa (attenuating EM wave)
• tilde E_(0_(R_(||))) at the interface of insulators
• tilde E_(0_(R_bot)) at the interface of insulators
• tilde E_(0_(T_(||))) at the interface of insulators
• tilde E_(0_(T_bot)) at the interface of insulators
• Angular Frequency
• tilde k (attenuating EM wave)
• Brewster's Angle
• Capacitance of a Cylindrical Capacitor
• Capacitance of a Parallel Plate Capacitor
• Capacitance of an Isolated Spherical Shell
• Capacitance of Two Concentric Spherical Shells
• Capacitor q = CV (solved for capacitance)
• Capacitor q = CV (solved for charge)
• Capacitor q = CV (solved for voltage)
• Capacitors in Parallel
• Capacitors in Series
• Critical Angle
• Dielectric Constant (Relative Permittivity)
• Dielectric Constant Lookup
• Duty Factor
• Full-Angular Width
• Gaussian Beam Half-Width
• Gaussian Beam Waist w_0
• Grazing Angle
• Index of Refraction Lookup
• Law of Reflection
• Lens Maker's Equation (solved for f)
• Lens Maker's Equation (solved for n_"lens")
• Lens Maker's Equation (solved for n_"medium")
• Lens Maker's Equation (solved for r_1)
• Lens Maker's Equation (solved for r_2)
• Mass-Spring System (angular frequency)
• Mass-Spring System (period)
• Rayleigh Range
• Resistivity Lookup
• Signal-to-Noise (SNR) for SAR (1)
• Signal-to-Noise (SNR) for SAR (2)
• Snell's Law (solved for n_1 )
• Snell's Law (solved for n_2)
• Snell's Law (solved for the angle of transmission)
• Snell's Law (solved for the incident angle)
• SNR Gain Due to Azimuth Processing (coherent pulse integration)
• SNR Gain Due to Range Processing (pulse compression)
• Target Radar Cross Section (RCS)
• Transmitter Antenna Gain Factor (Monostatic SAR)
• Two-Way Atmospheric Loss Rate Lookup (Radar)