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Kathleen Brinegar, Kelsey Wagner, Elyse Weddle Physics Lab 1  Electric Field Lines 2. The simulation proved that our reasoning was correct. The field strength was in  the ratio of 4:1 L 1 =3cm L 2 =1.5cm E 1 =724.1 E 2 =2894.5 L 2 2 /L 1 2 =0.25  E 1 /E 2 =0.2502 E 1 /E 2 =L 2 2 /L 1 2 3. Electric Field of Dipole x E log (x) log(E) 5 149.5 0.698970004 2.174641193 10 17.81 1 1.250663919 15 5.31 1.176091259 0.725094521 20 2.25 1.301029996 0.352182518 30 0.67 1.477121255 -0.173925197 50 0.14 1.698970004 -0.853871964 Figure 1.  Graph of the log of x versus the log of E to display the theory that the E-field  of a dipole decreases with the cube of the distance. According to this figure the  relationship was shown to be correct.  4. 5. log (x) Log(V) 0.698970004 2.548303411 1 1.959851955 1.176091259 1.600537294 1.301029996 1.351796307 1.477121255 1.000434077 1.698970004 0.556302501 Figure 2.  Graph of the log of V versus the log of x to display the theory that the electric  potential of a dipole decreases with the square of the distance. Based on this graph, the  relationship was determined to be correct.  6. When Q1 was changed to 3_c, the null was located at (-1.87,0). 
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  • Fall '13
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  • Physics, 3cm, 1.5cm, Kathleen Brinegar, Elyse WeddlePhysics Lab, Kelsey Wagner

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