Terms  Definitions 

Electric Field 
E=KQ/(r^2)

t or f V=w/qo 
t

t or f e= q 
t

coulombs law is? 
F=K (q1q2/r^2)

t/f Fe=negative means particles attract eachother (vice versa) 
t

electric field units? 
newtons/coulomb or volts/meter

electrostatic force is conservative or nonconservative? 
conservative

si unit of charge is? 
coulomb

volts/meter is the unit for? 
electric field

Volt 
the unit of electric potential= J/C=(NxM)/C

Dipole Moment 
Vector quantity resulting from an electric dipole, equal to the product of the charge magnitude q and the distance separating the two charges d, often denoted by p.

Coulomb's Law 
Law describing the electrostatic force that exists between two charges, q₁ and q₂, given as F(coul) = (kq₁q₂)/r²

where field lines are closer, the electric field is? 
stronger

electric dipole in a uniform external electric field the net force the dipole feels will be? 
zero

what are the units for dipole moment? 
c(m)

electric potential e U of q is? 
U=W=qV

electic potential energy equals? 
charge times electric potential

electr fields of separate charges add as ? 
vectors

t/f a charge experiences no change in potential energy when its final and intial positions are one the same equipotential 
t

Electric Field Lines 
Imaginary lines that show the direction in which a positive test charge is accelerated by the coulombic force due to the electric field of a source charge.

elect field of a ______________ points radially inwards 
neg ch

the force that exists betw stat charges is called the? 
electrostatic force

V electric potential has units of? 
volts or j/c

the electric potential of a negat charge is a? 
negative number

electric field of a ___________ points radially outward 
positive charge

total electr potent at a point in space is the ____________ sum of electr potent due to each charge 
scalar

Electric Fields 
always present, it's the existence of a source charge that can be used to make Fe (conventionally always thought from a positive test charge)

electric potent e of a 2 charge system is negative when you have 2 ________ charges 
opposite

the electr potential of a negativ charge is? 
a negat number

t/f conductors, but not insulators, become polarized 
f
both conductors and insulators become polarized, but conductors are more pronounced) 
electrostatics is the study of? 
stationary or static charges and forces betw them

amount of work necessary to move a ch in an electr field dep only on? 
potential difference

Superpositional of electric potential 
since potential is a scalar, the superposition is additive

when V is due to one other charge Q U can be written as? 
U=kqQ/r

the sign of U depends on? 
the signs of q and V

Given an electric dipole, the electric potential is zero A. only at the midpoint of the dipole axis. B. anywhere on any perpendicular bisector of the dipole axis and at infinity. C. anywhere on the dipole axis. D. only for points at infinity. 
b. anywhere on any perpendicular bisector of the dipole axis and at infinity

If a charge of +2e and a charge of 3e are separated by a distance of 3 nm, what is the potential energy of the system? what is e? 
e=1.6 X 10^19

How do you detect an electric field? 
by the force it exerts on other electric charges

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