lecture 15-1-2 Charging by Induction

lecture 15-1-2 Charging by Induction - Charging by...

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    Charging by Conduction A charged object (the rod) is  placed in contact with  another object (the sphere) Some electrons on the rod  can move to the sphere When the rod is removed,  the sphere is left with a  charge The object being charged is  always left with a charge  having the same sign as the  object doing the charging
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    Charging by Induction When an object is  connected to a  conducting wire or pipe  buried in the earth, it is  said to be grounded A negatively charged  rubber rod is brought  near an uncharged  sphere
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    Charging by Induction, 2 The charges in the sphere are  redistributed Some of the electrons in the sphere are  repelled from the electrons in the rod
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2009 for the course PHYSICS Physics 2A taught by Professor Sydney.sukuta during the Fall '09 term at San Jose City College.

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