1. What is the electric flux through the surface shown in Figure 28.9?
Discussion Section 3 PH43, Spring 2011: Flux and Gauss' Law
2. What is the net electric flux through the cylinders shown in Figure 28.16? Express your answers in terms of R and E.
Lightning strikes pickup
Gausss Law basic concepts
Gausss Law simple examples
Gausss Law and conductors
4 charged shapes with Gaussian
will help you to
Lightning Rod Effect
Continuous charge distributions
Parallel plate capacitor
Charged particle motion
Electric Fields from Charge Distributions
The sketches below depict the
magnitude of the on-axis
electric field for a ring of
Static electricity in clothes dryers
You can add a sheet to the dryer and
it prevents the socks from sticking to
anything. How might it work?
It adds a thin conducting layer to
Visualizing electric f
Coulombs Law Superposition
Charge and matter
Two charged spheres are attached to
frictionless air pucks on an air table.
The charge on sphere 2 is 3 times the
charge on sphere 1.
Q: Which force
P-N junction (Diode)/Electric Field
Use Gaussian pillbox with one endcap penetrating the charge slab,
the other outside.
- review simple examples
- problem solving strategies
Electric Potential Energy (time permitting)
Review Syllabus and Course
Historical Overview of E&M
(Electric Field, if time)
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