test_phys202-test1 - -f Which of the following is NOT true...

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- f Which of the following is NOT true about an ideal parallel plate capacitor, i-e., one witb infinite.ly large plates? mttb Its capacitance directly proportional to the area of either plate. cB3 The electric field intensity is the s&ne at aII points between its plates. p6e $ ~CX Its capacitance is inversely proportional to the distance between the plates. Kyou do&bk the magnitude of the,charge on its plates, the poteatid difference between its plates also doubles. '--'electric potential is the same all points between its plates (iicluding thwe point not on the plates). 1 - 2 The electric potential at a point in an elktric field defined as ae electrostatic potential anqgy unit marge'that a charge would have if placed that point. c$:, tke electrostatic force per unit ebarge &at a charge would experience if placed at that point. cC3 the electrostatio potential energy a charge would have if pIaced . ' &a the charge at that point divided by the capacitance d the field at that point: C' t.7~
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course PHYS 202 taught by Professor Johnmeriweather during the Spring '09 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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test_phys202-test1 - -f Which of the following is NOT true...

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