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4 You want to create an electric field = < 0, 3 10 ,0 > N/C at location < 0, 0, 0>. Where would you place a proton to produce this field at the origin?
< 0 , -2.19e-7 , 0 , > m
Instead of a proton, where would you place an electron to produce this field at the origin?
< 0 , 2.19e-7 , 0 , > m
(Hint: This problem will be much easier if you draw a diagram.)
3. 8/8 points All Submissions NotesQuestion: MI3 14.P.042 _ _ A π ("pi-minus") particle, which has charge e, is at location < 6e-09, -4e-09, -6e-09 > m. What
_ is the electric field at location < -3e-09, 2e-09, 2e-09 > m, due to the π particle?
= < 5330386 , -3548287 , -4733701 > newton/coulomb
_ An antiproton (same mass as the proton, charge e) is at the observation location. What is the
_ force on the antiproton, due to the π ?
= < -8.53e-13 , 5.677e-13 , 7.574e-13
4. 4/4 points All Submissions > newton NotesQuestion: MI3 14.X.032 Lithium nucleus affected by an electric field
A proton at locat...
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