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PHYSICS: A World View Tuesday, 12 April 2005 READ Ch 20 (p 424 - 431) PRAC Ch 20: Q 9, 15, 21, 23; E 1 HW #22 Ch 20: Q 12, 16, 24; E 2 Th 14 Apr
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Charge! Charge!
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Rubber Glass Rubber Glass Wood Wood repel repel attract attract attract attract attract attract nothing CHARGED NEUTRAL (negative) (positive)
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Rubber Glass Rubber Glass Wood Wood repel repel attract attract attract attract attract attract nothing (negative) (positive) What about magnets? Electrically Neutral!
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BASIC MODEL
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Modern view charge comes in two flavors  (positive and negative) normally balanced (neutral) the amount of positive charge in  an object is fixed! imbalance causes “charge”
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add -’ve (electrons) Neutral (equal positive and negative) + -
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+ - negative
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remove -’ve (electrons) Neutral (equal positive and negative) + -
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+ - positive How many electrons is it? Typical: 1x10 8 !!
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Problem: A bushel basket contains 50  apples.  How much of a bushel  is just one apple?
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Measuring charge we measure in units called  Coulombs (C) 6.25x10 18  bare protons is required  to make 1C.
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