158-ES1 and ES2 tables rev 2

158-ES1 and ES2 tables rev 2 - 2 Average: 2 ES2 VA Use the...

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1 Data Tables for ES1/ES2 PHY 158 Electrostatics The electrometer should always be on the 100 V scale. ES1 V-6 (Conservation of Charge) # V blue (Volts) V white (Volts) V final (Volts) 1 2 3 ES1 V-7 (Charging by Induction) # V insert (Volts) V ground (Volts) V withdr (Volts) V final (Volts) 1 2 3 ES1 V-4 (Fraction of charge deposited) Do 5 trials # V 1 (Volts) V 2 (Volts) 2 1 1 V p V  1 2 3 4 5 Average: ES1 V-8 (Voltage vs. deposited charge) Note: Use the 1000 V power supply. # V 5 (Volts) V 10 (Volts) V 15 (Volts) V 20 (Volts) V 25 (Volts) 1
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Unformatted text preview: 2 Average: 2 ES2 VA Use the 3000 V supply. Make certain that the polarity of the electrometer sensing cable and the electrometer output cable (to the DVM) have the correct polarity. = 90 , d = 20 cm, Net charge on sphere A = 0 (deg.) V (Volts) 0 45 90 135 180 ES2 VB Use the 3000 V supply = 90 , d = 20 cm, Negative charge on sphere A (deg.) V (Volts) 0 45 90 135 180 ES2 VC Use the 3000 V supply = 90 , d = 20 cm, Positive charge on sphere A (deg.) V (Volts) 0 45 90 135 180...
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