Lecture 2 1- 21-10

Lecture 2 1- 21-10 - Lecture-2 Wimshurst Machine Charges...

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3/26/10 L Wimshurst Machine Lecture-2 Charges can be accumulated, for example, by:
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3/26/10 L Van der Graaf Generator
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3/26/10 The charge of an electron is e = 1.9 x 10-19 Coulomb The mass of an electron is me = 9.11 x 10–31 kg Properties of electrons
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/26/10 Charge conservation during β decay of nuclear particles Neutron, a positively charged nuclear particle, can produce a proton and an electron: Proton, a positively charged nuclear particle, can produce a neutron and a positron:
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3/26/10 Conductors: Charges are free to move and exist at surfaces. Insulators: Charges are immobile, and remain fixed in position wherever initially placed. Obj1 6 Obj1 7 Obj1 8 Coulomb’s Law Obj1 9
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3/26/10 Obj120 Lines of force: trajectories of massless positive charge particle in electric field Electric Field of a distribution of charges
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3/26/10 Obj121 Obj12 Obj123 : Line charge : Surface charge : Volume charge (space charge) Principle of Superposition
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