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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
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Unformatted text preview: distribution. c) find E and V inside d) show that the maximum value of E is at r/a = 0.745 f o r r < a P = o for r > a (p = charge density) '-= V-f-P*~ f'f V/r/^ Vr-0, ft? VTT^-/ 6L* 3 &1 ftf/?* 3 , J ~-3 L 4* 1! ^ s, A * r 0^ |, N K (h o 1 ^ ^i ^^\ K, \ s II-^-s ^x ll H ^-V V V 3 z. I <5_ o _ 'a " ; o-...
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2010 for the course PHYS 230 taught by Professor Whielhelm during the Spring '10 term at Diablo Valley College.

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