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-1Jung (Joanna) Lee Physics Lab TA: David Shrekenhamer Pre-lab E2 1. This is because if all the points of an object are not at the same potential, there will be an electric potential difference which requires work. 2. They are b) at the same potential. They would only be at the same charge if they had
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Unformatted text preview: initially had the same charge. 3. Free charged particles may not necessarily move along the field lines, if they are repelled by or attracted to other charged particles....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course COMM 201 taught by Professor Avantmier during the Spring '08 term at BC.

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