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152-ES2 Manual Addendum rev 0

152-ES2 Manual Addendum rev 0 - voltage VI-3 You should...

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PHY-152 ES2 Manual Addendum V. Procedure Part A Q A =0 Proceed as directed in the manual, but with the following changes: 1) We will use 3000V, and not 1000V. 2) The distance between centers, d, will remain at 20 cm. 3) We will only measure the charge distributions at θ =45º and 90º. Part B: No change from the manual. Part C: No change from the manual. VI. For the report VI-1: No change from manual. Make one table for each charge situation (e.g. Q A =0, Q A >0, Q A <0). VI-2: You should draw 1 sketch for each situation (e.g. Q A =0, Q A >0, Q A <0). Closely spaced + (or -) signs will indicate a high density of + (or -) charges as determined by the measured
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Unformatted text preview: voltage. VI-3: You should create 1 plot for θ =45º showing all three charge conditions for Sphere A, and you should create 1 plot for θ =90º. In both cases, you should plot Voltage vs. ϕ. VI-4: No change from manual. VII. Questions VII-1: As you will learn later in lecture, an isolated sphere can be thought of as a one conductor capacitor with capacitance (C) equal to 4 πε o R, where R is the radius of the sphere. Using the relationship q=CV, determine the charge (q) on one of our 13 cm diameter spheres when it is charged to 3000 volts....
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