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Course: PHYS 2208, Spring 2007
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______ Name: Section: ______________________________ Section Instructor: ______________________________ Assignment 2: Electric Potential and Capacitance Concepts: electric potential energy potential due to point charges potential of charged isolated conductor parallel-plate capacitor capacitor with a dielectric electric potential equipotential surfaces capacitance energy stored in a capacitor &amp; energy...

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