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Unformatted text preview: MEWORK 3 !!!
1. E = 0 within the material of a conductor
Charges move inside a conductor in order to cancel out the fields that
would be there in the absence of the conductor. This principle
determines the induced charge densities on the surfaces of conductors. 2. Gauss’ Law:
If charge distributions have sufficient symmetry
(spherical, cylindrical, planar), then Gauss’ law can
be used to determine the electric field everywhere. ∫ E idA = Q enclosed ε 0 ∆U a →b
= − ∫ E ⋅ dl
b 3. Definition of Potential: ∆Va →b CONCEPTS DETERMINE THE CALCULATION !!!
05 Physics 212 Lecture 7, Slide 4
1) EXAM 1: WED SEP 21 at 7pm
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MATERIAL: Lectures 1 - 8
2) EXAM 1 PREPARATION TOOL
We have created an online exam prep tool based on old hour
exam questions. Should be available today or tomorrow.
3) i>clicker scores in gradebook
About 30% of the students have zeros for Lectures 2 – 6.
The attendance is generally...
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