PHYII Lab Report 1 - Engineering Physics II Lab#1...

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ENGINEERING PHYSICS II LAB                                           ELECTROSTATICS JASON HERMAN   @00719130 Engineering Physics II Lab #1: Electrostatics Jason Herman @00719130 January 22, 2009
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ENGINEERING PHYSICS II LAB                                           ELECTROSTATICS JASON HERMAN   @00719130 TABLE OF CONTENTS DESCRIPTION PAGE I. Analysis 1.0 Introduction / Objectives 1 2.0 Experiment Procedure 1 3.0 Data Analysis 2 4.0 Experiment Results 3 5.0 Conclusion 3 II. Appendices 1.0 Appendix 1- References 4
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2.0 Appendix 2 Original data 5
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I. ANALYSIS 1.0 INTRODUCTION Electrostatics is the branch of science that deals with the phenomena arising from what seems to be stationary electric charges. It is known that some materials attract light particles after rubbing. There exist in nature two types of charges: positive and negative. The force between them is such that like charges repel and opposite charges attract. Such forces are described by Coulomb's law.
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2009 for the course PHY 1923 taught by Professor Catalina during the Spring '08 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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