Act.02.07

Act.02.07 - = -1 C /m 2 (i) Calculate the magnitudes E +...

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Physics 2102, February 7. Activity 1 The figure shows a solid (insulating) sphere of radius a , concentric with a conducting spherical shell of inner radius b = 2 a and outer radius c = 2.4 a . The sphere has a net charge + q 1 , uniformly distributed through its volume. The shell has a net charge q 2 = - q 1 . We want to find the electric field at different radial distances: (Hint: some of them are easy – identify those first) (i) r = 0: (ii) r = a/2: (iii) r = a: (iv) r = 2.3a: (v) r = 3.0a:
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Activity 2 : The figure shows two large, non-conducting sheets, each with a uniform charge density on one side. Let σ ( +) = 2 μ C /m 2 and σ ( -)
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Unformatted text preview: = -1 C /m 2 (i) Calculate the magnitudes E + and E-of the electric fields created by each of the two sheets: (ii) Indicate on the figure the direction of the electric field created by the positively charged sheet in the region to the left of the sheets, in between the sheets, and to the right of the sheets. Do the same for the negatively charged sheet (be careful with their relative magnitudes). (iii) Finally, indicate the direction and write down the magnitude of the total electric field in the region to the left of the sheets, in between the sheets, and to the right of the sheets....
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2011 for the course PHYS 2102 taught by Professor Gimmnaco during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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Act.02.07 - = -1 C /m 2 (i) Calculate the magnitudes E +...

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