Calculate the approximate density of nuclear matter in g/cm^3 . What would be the diameter of a neutron star with the mass of two solar mass?
Calculate the approximate density of nuclear matter in g/cm^3 . What would be the diameter of...
Neutron stars are believed to be composed of solid nuclear matter, primarily neutrons.(a) If the radius of a neutron is 1.0 * 10-13 cm calculate the density of a neutron in g>cm3.(volume of a sphere = 43pr3)(b) Assuming that a neutron star has the same density as a neutron, calculate the mass in kilograms of a small piece of a neutron star the size of a spherical pebblewith a radius of 0.10 mm.
calculate the density of a rod of metal in g/cm^3, with a mass of 9.58g, a diameter of 8 mm (0.8cm) and a height of 3.5 cm. PRELAB 1. What is the equation for calculating the volume cube, a cylinder and a sphere? List these of a below and explain the variables. If you don't know these equations refer to your book or do a Google search. cube sphere cylinder 2. Calculate the density ofa liquid if30.0 mLofthe liquid has...
Particulate matter is emitted from a stack of 50 m. The atmospheric wind is 10 miles/hr. If the stack emits only PM o 120 μm in diameter with a density of 5 g/cm, what would be the downwind distance (in meter) these particles are likely to settle on the ground? Particulate matter is emitted from a stack of 50 m. The atmospheric wind is 10 miles/hr. If the stack emits only PM o 120 μm in diameter with a density...
5) A star (no matter what its mass) spends most of its life Select one: a. as a protostar. b. as a main-sequence star. c. as a planetary nebula. d. as a red giant or supergiant. 6) What is the ultimate fate of an isolated white dwarf? Select one: a. It will cool down and become a cold black dwarf. b. As gravity overwhelms the electron degeneracy pressure, it will explode as a nova. c. As gravity overwhelms the electron...
Calculate the density of a neutron star with a radius 1.34 x 104 m, assuming the mass is distributed uniformly. Treat the neutron star as a giant nucleus and consider the mass of a nucleon 1.675 x 10-27 kg. Your answer should be in the form of N x 1017 kg/m3. Enter only the number N with two decimal places, do not enter unit.
5. What is your Schwarzschild radius Rs? (Hint Use g to calculate your mass from your weight) Are you likely to becoming a black hole? 4. A neutron star has a mass density :5 x 10^17 kg/m"and a radius of 1.7 x 104m. A) Calculate the mass M of the neutron star B) Is this object a black hole? (Hint: Think of the curves of R and Rs we plotted as a function of M in class. Where on that...
When a star exhausts its nuclear fuel, the gravitational force causes it to col- lapse. As the density increases, the star enters the electron degeneracy limit and the electron degeneracy pressure may be able to support the star against gravitational col- lapse. The gravtiational pressure of N nucleons of mass MN is 1/3 P, - G(NM)?(45 V-4/3 Determine the radius of the star assuming that there are 2 nucleons per electron. Evaluate the radius for N - 1057, which is...
Calculate the mass density of the following string: m=35.0 g, L=75 cm, mass density=? kg/m If a string with this mass density is under 100 N, then the speed of any wave would be: v=? m/s
20cm Calculate R Water 44cm hole diameter = .5cm Density of water -1 gram/cubic cm g=981 cm per sec squared
Calculate the density of the metal cylinder in g/cm3 Mass-54.76 gt 0.01 g V 6.27 cm^3 .20%