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PHYSICAL SCIENCE 41 Instructor: Dave Nakaji NAME _ PROBING INSIDE LIGHT NUCLEI The following spherical charge distribution describes roughly how the charge density varies as a function of radial distance r for light nuclei. The radius of the nucleus is a. a) calculate the total charge Q _> b) find the electric field intensity E and the potential V outside the charge distribution. c) find E and V inside d) show
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  • Spring '10
  • whielhelm
  • Electric charge, Fundamental physics concepts, charge density, 3 l, following spherical charge, Dave Nakaji

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