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Unformatted text preview: PRINTNAME LARGE ,last ELL 5 ’V .first P142 U12 #2 TUES EVE JAN 29 2008 2 roblems 0 minutes CLOSED BOOK, NO NOTES, Neither a borrower, nor a lender be (of calculators) 1. Given a square lattice of NaCl, 3 Angstroms to a side, 2 Na + and 2 Cl ‘ The charge on each ion is t e, respectively. a) Find the electric field E (in Volts/meter), magnitude & direction, I] at the site of a Cl ion , .. .. -==' 1 PICKEQ L2 (L1) . g b) Find the work done, by an external agent, to remove a Cl ion from the corner, to a distant reservoir, in electron-volts (eV) DATA: langstrom=10‘10m 1e: 1.6x 10-19Cou1, k(MKS)= 9x109 sin 45 =cos 4S =O.707 ("l BETTEfl To Do ALGEBCA 131.857) THaV PLUGI/V NW 9625 A ——r r ‘L .. r I News: E WW/ (AI-3T FURL: . . Na; .g W: (a) 61' U) HTT/MGW'E [ZEKDLU’E’ El ‘ firmed— L, J P a~ [Lets Ot— P19593145: NOTATIolt/Sj THIS IS rm LtSt“ E ' " [M tawlfijfitl" $2 I V L a? __,"Ji L-SAME’ 6:; ' (fill) swd‘]: 3 491;; E‘ ”Fifi 0%[J’ “6 FM”- " a“ 1’ 93%? d2 0 ' a mu. " 0L 0' \ Ell 7 gal mesa—rm E}. PM“ 4"; BELOW H (at; aw) AWN FOO-M ”Ma m - ()69041)’ («93x “‘9 Wm M l vhf/”3960M ()‘I-leU f—,———"—\: H ‘El (fly/L? W ~ Efl; [.0‘5'Ho'u LL *3.) V/m LATTICE! .. W 7 .2V; [6 10 owl/M7 (9),“,13, - jag, :,,\Il’-IE£/ 6.2%) ., 2+ _ 4" I, a?” VII 1 iv', '1»? j'Ef‘r 6"- (‘24 61 VD (i = wig-vi 74.295 film/0’“ ‘4‘ 2+ Al/ SEEO /,~o — ‘ THERSIDE 3H0 l 7—; w. mow emu/mm A961 LA 50L . P142 U1 PAG 2 2 We have three very large thin parallel conducting plates, separated by d cm, and parallel to each other, which have djfleLem charge densities; (per m2) of +12 p. Coul - 8 p. Coul and +16 p Coul respectively. Use Gauss‘s Law, properties of conductors, etc. to find the charge densities on each of the si_x surfaces. [ Hint: several ways to solve this, one of which does not require 6 equations !l (g 7!; 13¢: 01.1811 AU— ’mpfi’l ‘ c’ 13' ‘ [Ufgnloll (’UH’Y3 N115" W m?” 5%,"; CWQJ (We: sm’,' “TOW ...
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