83-84;90. Electric Potential and Potential energy (Application 8)

83-84;90. Electric Potential and Potential energy (Application 8)

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Electric Potential and Potential Energy: Application (8) (a) Is the electric potential at points P 1 , P 2 positive or negative or zero ? (b) Is the potential energy of a negatively charged particle at points P 1 , P 2 positive or negative or zero ? (c) Is the electric field at points P 1 , P 2 directed left or right or is it zero ? (d) Is the force on a negatively charged particle at points P 1 and P 2 directed left or right or is it zero ? 3cm 6cm 2nC P 3cm 6cm 2nC -4nC P 2 1 4nC tsl83 – p.1/3
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Electric Potential and Potential Energy: Application (9) Consider four point charges of equal magnitude positioned at the corners of a square as shown. Answer the following questions for points A, B, C . (1) Which point is at the highest electric potential? (2) Which point is at the lowest electric potential?
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Unformatted text preview: (3) At which point is the electric field the strongest? A B C-q-q +q +q tsl84 p.2/3 Electric Potential and Potential Energy: Application (10) The charged particles 1 and 2 move between the charged conducting plates A and B in opposite directions. From the information given in the figure. .. (a) find the kinetic energy K 1 B of particle 1, (b) find the charge q 2 of particle 2, (c) find the direction and magnitude of the electric field ~ E between the plates. K K 2m V = 19V A V = 13V J = 2 C 1 q = ? J =3 1A = ? 2 q = 10 2A K K 2B = 4 J B 1B 1 2 tsl90 p.3/3...
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83-84;90. Electric Potential and Potential energy (Application 8)

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