Physics 1 Problem Solutions 176

Physics 1 Problem Solutions 176 - quarks) is: a) e or 1 ....

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Chapt. 22 Electric Charge Multiple-Choice Problems 022 qmult 00100 1 1 1 easy memory: electric charge defnition, incomplete Extra keywords: physci 1. Electric charge is: a) a Fundamental property oF matter: it comes in invariant quantized amounts oF size ± e . b) a derived property oF matter: it comes in somewhat variable quantized amounts oF size ± e more or less. c) a Fundamental property oF matter which comes in a continuum oF quantities: there is no smallest bit oF charge. d) a derived property oF matter which comes in a continuum oF quantities: there is no smallest bit oF charge. e) amber. 022 qmult 00110 1 1 5 easy memory: Ben ±ranklin named charges Extra keywords: physci KB-137 2. Who named positive and negative electric charge? a) George Washington (1732–1799). b) John Adams (1735–1826). c) Benedict Arnold (1741–1801). d) Aaron Burr (1756–1836). e) Benjamin ±ranklin (1706–1790). 022 qmult 00120 1 1 1 easy memory: elementary charge 1 Extra keywords: physci KB-169-1 3. The absolute value oF the smallest nonzero physical amount oF electric charge (not considering
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Unformatted text preview: quarks) is: a) e or 1 . 602 ... 10 19 C. b) 1 C. c) indefnitely small. d) indefnitely large. e) indeterminate. 022 qmult 00130 1 4 5 easy deducto-memory: elementary charge 2 Extra keywords: physci KB-169-1 4. The electric charge comes naturally quantized in amounts oF: a) 1 coulomb. b) e = 2 . 71828 ... . c) = 8 . 854 ... 10 12 / m. d) k = 8 . 987 ... 10 9 N-m 2 / C 2 . e) e = 1 . 602 ... 10 19 C. 022 qmult 00200 1 4 5 easy deducto-memory: ordinary matter neutral Extra keywords: physci 5. Lets play Jeopardy ! or $100, the answer is: It is usually approximately electrically neutral. What is , Alex? a) an electron b) a proton c) highly charged matter d) highly negatively charged matter e) ordinary, terrestrial matter above the atomic scale 022 qmult 00210 1 4 5 easy memory: no microscopic charge neutralization...
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