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Unformatted text preview: Your name: PHYS 1304, Homework assignment 4
Due September 29, 2009 Problem 1 (2 points) A deuteron (a nucleus that consists of one proton and one neutron) is accelerated through a 2,7 kV potential difference. How much kinetic energy does it gain? Answer in units of J. AU:/ n.
"v Problem 2 (2 points) A uniform electric field of Inngi‘iitndce 250 V f In
is directed in the positive x—direction. Sup
pose a 1'2 #C charge moves from the origin to
point. A at. the coordinates. {‘20 cm, BU cm). 3/ 2.50 V/in (20 €111,330 cm) A ' ’ 0!” " “'hnt is the absolute valne of the change in
potential from the origin to point. A? Ansmrr in units of V. Problem 3 (2 points) A proton (mass = 1.67 x 10—26 kg, charge = 1.60 X 10—19 C) is moving at a speed of 8.50 x 104 m/s at a point in an empty region of space, where the electric potential is 35.0 volts. No force but the force of the electric field characterized by the electric potential acts
on the proton. The particle travels to a point in the evacuated region
of space where the electric potential is 47.0 Volts. What is the speed
of the particle at that point in space? 1 . :4 A i’\ . ~ .. , x ’ .,i 4. fv . . ‘ L»? Mr gr v’\ i ._ {a h ' f 0 It“ W” St, “a f' T.
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radius a and Charge Q1 on it. Thei‘v is a
conducting spherical shell ccnuxuitrin to the
sphere. The shell has an inner radius 1) (with
b > a) and outer radius 6 and :12 net charge
Q3 on the) shell. Denote the charge 011 the
inner 31.11'fzu'e of the shell by Q3 and that on
the outer surface of the shell by Q2; Q19 (1 by Q5
'—Q2
Qlzl Q1 Find the charge Q35] Start the solution by sketching how the charge is
distributed on the shell and the sphere. Then which regions have the constant potential. indicate Both questions can be answered if you recall how the charge and potential
behave inside conductors in electrostatic equilibrium.
Based on these answers and the equation for the potential ~ M232 N3“: ‘ i
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V = one2 + bx + c, Where a = 12 V/mg,
b = —10 V/m, and c = 62 V. Determine the position Where the electric
ﬁeld is zero. Answer in units of m. (fr—O ==> gawk3270 X” W” rm» 4¥ém ...
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