Name a physical quantity used to measure optical density of a Medium

In summary, the conversation discussed the induced e.m.f in a rectangular and circular loop moving out of a magnetic field, as well as physical quantities associated with electromagnetic waves and a physical quantity used to measure optical density.
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1.A rectangular loop and a Circular loop are moving out of a uniform magnetic field to a field free region with a constant velocity V.In which loop the induced e.m.f is constant during the motion of the loop.

2.Name two Physical quantifies other than velocity,wavelength and C,associated with electromagnetic waves.

3.Name a physical quantity used to measure optical density of a Medium.

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In a rectangular loop what is the overall emf induced? In a circular coil, what is the emf induced?

2) What do you think defines waves?
 
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rock.freak667 said:
In a rectangular loop what is the overall emf induced? In a circular coil, what is the emf induced?

2) What do you think defines waves?

i've given the complete question.nothing more to it.
i guess the ans to second one is electric and magnetic field.just checking
 

Related to Name a physical quantity used to measure optical density of a Medium

1. What is optical density?

Optical density is a measure of how much a medium (such as a solution or gas) can absorb or scatter light. It is represented by the symbol "OD" and is often used in scientific experiments to quantify the amount of light passing through a material.

2. How is optical density measured?

Optical density is typically measured using a spectrophotometer, which shines a beam of light through the medium and measures the amount of light that passes through. The resulting value is known as the absorbance, which is used to calculate the optical density using a mathematical formula.

3. What is the unit of measurement for optical density?

The unit of measurement for optical density is known as the "OD unit" or "ODU." This unit is dimensionless and represents the logarithmic ratio of the intensity of incident light to the intensity of transmitted light through the medium. It is also sometimes expressed in terms of absorbance, with 1 ODU equaling an absorbance of 1.

4. What factors can affect the optical density of a medium?

The optical density of a medium can be affected by a variety of factors, including the concentration of particles or solutes in the medium, the thickness of the medium, and the wavelength of the incident light. In general, the higher the concentration or thickness of the medium, the higher the optical density will be.

5. How is optical density used in scientific research?

Optical density is commonly used in scientific research to measure the concentration of a substance in a solution. By determining the absorbance of the solution and using a known calibration curve, scientists can calculate the concentration of the substance. Optical density is also used to study properties of materials, such as their ability to absorb or scatter light, which can provide insights into their chemical or physical properties.

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