Lec2 - 2 Fig. 2-6: Doing work on an electron inside a...

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Lecture 2 figures 1 Fig. 2-1: What’s wrong (unphysical) with this picture? Fig. 2-2: A charged body. Fig. 2-3: Determining q(t) from i(t) graphically. Fig. 2-4: A circuit element. Fig. 2-5: Doing work on an electron placed between two biased conducting plates. Review: For the current i(t) shown in Fig. 2-3, and q(0) = -1 µC , determine the charge q(t) on the body.
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Unformatted text preview: 2 Fig. 2-6: Doing work on an electron inside a resistor. Fig. 2-7: Convention for defining the sign of the potential. Fig. 2-8: Equivalent Notations. Fig. 2-9: Determine the power absorbed by this element. Fig. 2-10: Determine the power absorbed by this element. Fig. 2-11: Repre-sentation of a voltage source. Fig. 2-12: Repre-sentation of a current source....
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Lec2 - 2 Fig. 2-6: Doing work on an electron inside a...

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