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Unformatted text preview: electric potential? Do 30-1(wb). 2. Knowing the electric potential, what is the mathematical relationship that enables one to calculate the electric field? Why might this relationship be useful? Do 30-3(wb), 30-14(pe). 3. What implications do these relationships have for the geometry of the electric potential and the electric field? Do 30-4(wb), 6(wb), 9(wb). 4. What are some methods for creating potential differences? These methods all rely upon a common approach. What is this approach? (Hint: Think of the ‘charge escalator’). Do 2(wb), 6(pe), 8(pe)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course PHY 212 taught by Professor Schecter during the Spring '07 term at Syracuse.
- Spring '07
- Electric Potential