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Unformatted text preview: 1 Cornell University “I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study.” − Ezra Cornell, 1868 Electricity and Magnetism Phys 2217 / AEP 2170 – Lecture 2 Lecture Notes Craig J. Fennie School of Applied and Engineering Physics [email protected] Teaching Assistants Igor Segota– [email protected] - DIS 202 & DIS 203 Jolyon Bloomfield – [email protected] – DIS 201 Lab Assistant Chris Choi – [email protected] 2 Phys 2217 / AEP 2170 – Lecture 2 Cornell University School of Applied and Engineering Physics Lecture 2: Topics 2 n Example continued , continuous charge distribution, example – finite rod and a test charge , Work. n Readings : Purcell 1.5, 1.8; Griffiths 2.4.1-2.4.2; (review 4.4-4.6 in Kleppner & Kolenkow 2 3 Phys 2217 / AEP 2170 – Lecture 2 Cornell University School of Applied and Engineering Physics n Calculation: n What happens, intuitively , if we let z become large? First question: What do I mean by large?...
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- Spring '06
- LECLAIR, A
- Magnetism, Electric charge, Cornell University, Fundamental physics concepts, School of Applied