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electrostatic_handout - Force F(vector Like charges repel...

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Potentialdiff. a b Equipotential Lines How to: If V is missing: V = PE/q V = kQ/r - kQ/r V = Ed + + + + + + + + + + + It's all in the charges. .. Electric Field How to: If E is missing: E = F/q E = k Q/r E = V/d 2 Direction of E = Direction of F on positive test charge Point E=const Coulomb Force How to: If F is missing: F = Eq F = k qQ r 2 + Potential Energy How to: If PE is missing: PE = Vq PE + KE = W PE = k (qQ) / r + Point Point
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Electrostatics General Special Cases Concept Point Charge Parallel Plates
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Unformatted text preview: Force F (vector) Like charges repel Unlike charges attract Electric Field E = F/q (vector in direction of force on (+) charge ) Potential difference ∆ V = ∆ PE/q (scalar) Potential Energy ∆ PE = ∆ V q Coulomb’s Law F = qE or F = k (Q 1 Q 2 )/r 2 E = k Q/r 2 ∆ V=kQ/r b-kQ/r a ( V = kQ/r) ∆ PE=k(qQ)/r b-k(qQ)/r a F = qE F = q ∆ V/d E is constant E = ∆ V/d ∆ V = Ed ∆ PE = Ed q...
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course PHY 112 taught by Professor Beacom during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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