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Experiment 2: Electric Fields Christian Lee 21 July 2017 Location: Home Physics 2426- Summer 2017

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Abstract, Experiment, and Observation Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to investigate the concepts of electric fields and to determine the shape of the equal potential lines that surround charged objects in the fields. The strength of a field is easily determined by measuring the potential difference over a given distance. The equation that models this relationship between the field and the equipotential lines is E = ΔV / Δx. Experiment: Lab Setup:
Materials: Colored Pen Batteries Battery holder Jumper cables Graph paper Dissection plate Multimeter-Digital Metal nut Washer Salt packets Procedures Place the large plastic tray over the sheet of paper. Then connect one end of a jumper cable to the metal nut. After, make sure to place each nut on opposite ends of the tray. Then, position the battery holder with the 1.5V battery outside of the tray. Next, attach the jumper cables from the

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