2014_01_24_Capacitors_1_(Sawtelle)

10 if the sheets can be treated as if they were

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Unformatted text preview: . In which direc0on will the electric field point at the posi0on A? i.  ii.  iii.  iv.  A.  B.  C.  D.  E.  It should point to the leF It should point to the right It should point downward It should point upward i only ii only i & iv i & iii It should be essen0ally 0. A B C + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 7 Reminder: The sheet of charge •  Field is constant, pointing away from positive sheet, towards negative sheet. E = 2π kσ 8 Two sheets of opposite charge 9 Result The fields of the two plates cancel each other on the outside. The fields of the two plates cancel each other on the outside. The fields of the two plates add on the inside, producing double the field of a single plate. 10 If the sheets can be treated as if they were infinitely large, which of the following graphs might serve as a graph of the x- component of the electric field as a func0on of the coordinate x along the doWed line? A B C D E 11 If the sheets can be treated as if they were infinitely large, which of the following graphs might serve as a graph of the x- component of the electric field as a func0on of the...
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