Ch17 - Q16.1a A proton enters a capacitor through a tiny...

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Unformatted text preview: Q16.1a A proton enters a capacitor through a tiny hole. System: everything Which is true? 1) K = 0 and U =0 2) K < 0 and U > 0 3) K > 0 and U < 0 4) K > 0 and U > 0 5) K < 0 and U< 0 Q16.1b An electron enters a capacitor through a tiny hole. System: everything Which is true? 1) K = 0 and U =0 2) K < 0 and U > 0 3) K > 0 and U < 0 4) K > 0 and U > 0 5) K < 0 and U< 0 Q16.3a The electric field is uniform in this region. B is at < 2, 2, 0> m. C is at < 2, 0, 0> m. E v = < 0, 300, 0> N/C What is V along a path from B to C? 1) +150 V 2) 150 V 3) +300 V 4) 300 V 5) +600 V 6) 600 V Q16.3b The electric field is uniform in this region. B is at < 0, 0, 0> m. C is at < 0, 2, 0> m. E v = < 0, 400, 0> N/C What is V along a path from B to C? 1) +200 V 2) 200 V 3) +400 V 4) 400 V 5) +800 V 6) 800 V Q16.3c The electric field is uniform in this region. B is at < 0, 0, 0> m. C is at < 0, 2, 0> m. E v = < 200, 300, 0> N/C What is V along a path from B to C? 1) 0 V 2) 300 V 3) 500 V 4) 600 V 5) 1000 V Q16.3d The electric field is uniform in this region. B is at < 0, 0, 0> m....
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2012 for the course PHY 303L taught by Professor Turner during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Ch17 - Q16.1a A proton enters a capacitor through a tiny...

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