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PHYII Lab Report 3 - Engineering Physics II Lab#3 Electric...

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ENGINEERING PHYSICS II LAB                        ELECTRIC FIELDS AND EQUIPOTENTIALS JASON HERMAN   @00719130 Engineering Physics II Lab #3 Electric Fields and Equipotentials Jason Herman @00719130 February 5, 2009
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ENGINEERING PHYSICS II LAB                        ELECTRIC FIELDS AND EQUIPOTENTIALS JASON HERMAN   @00719130 TABLE OF CONTENTS DESCRIPTION PAGE I. Analysis 1.0 Introduction / Objectives 1 2.0 Experiment Procedure 1 3.0 Data Analysis 1 4.0 Conclusion 2 II. Appendices 1.0 Appendix 1- References 3 2.0 Appendix 2 Original data 4
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I. ANALYSIS 1.0 INTRODUCTION / OBJECTIVE 1.1 Introduction In physics , the space surrounding an electric charge or in the presence of a time-varying magnetic field has a property called an electric field (that can also be equated to electric flux density). This electric field exerts a force on other electrically charged objects. Equipotential lines are like contour lines on a map which trace lines of equal altitude. In this
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