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Example 1 Mass m=1.0 gram and charge q in a uniform electric field E=100N/C on a string of length L= 50 cm. Determine q. L ° 30 m q (equilibrium)
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Example 2 Two charges of equal magnitude and opposite sign separated by a distance 2a, are placed on the x axis at ( - a, 0) and (+a, 0). a) Calculate the electric potential at point P, at (a, a). b) Calculate the electric field at point P. -q P +q a a a x y
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Example 3 The electric field at the ends of a cylinder perpendicular to a sheet has a strength of 100N/C. What is the charge density of the sheet ?
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Example 4 A 5-C charge moves with a velocity of v =(2i+4j-k) m/s in an magnetic field of B =(1i+2j-3k). What if the force on the charge?
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A parallel-plate capacitor has plates of 2cmx3cm in dimension. The plates are separated by a 1mm thickness of paper (k=3.7). A) What is the capacitance of this capacitor? B) How does the capacitance change when the distance between the plates increases by three? C) How does the potential difference change when the
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2011 for the course PHYSICS Physics 1E taught by Professor Venus during the Winter '03 term at McMaster University.

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