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Fall 12
PHY 122 Homework Solutions #3
Chapter 22 Problem 38
(II) A very long solid nonconducting cylinder of radius R1 is
uniformly charged with a charge density E. It is surrounded by a
concentric cy
Workshop Conflict
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otherwise you may not receive the credit for it.
If there's a scheduling conflict that you must go to a different
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Physics 122P, Fall 2015
Module 7EM
Module 7EM Magnetic Forces (Chapter 28)
Module 7EM Magnetic Forces (Chapter 28)
Introduction
The magnetic field is more complicated to define than electric field, be
C2
200 pC
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35
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V
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40.0 mm
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capacitor
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2
of the negative charge that resides on the larger shell. The following sketch is for q1 q2 .
HW 02
Problems Ch 22: 1, 3, 7, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 39, 51, 57, 59
Chapter 22
The following two sketches a
Physics 122P, Fall 2015
Module 1EM Electrostatic Forces
Module 1EM
Module 1EM - Electrostatic Forces
Chapters 21 and first part of 22
Introduction
In addition to the gravitational forces described in
Physics 122P, Fall 2015
Module 5 EM
Module 5 EM Current and resistance Chapter26
Module 5 EM Current and resistance (Chapter 26)
Introduction
In the last unit we employed conductors, which contain cha
Final Review - Solutions
Physics 122
Fall 2016
1. Four electrons are placed at positions 1, 2, 3, and 4. The electron at position 2 is free
to move. At what distance d from the x-axis must electrons a
Module 1.5 Break Out the Calculus
1. Find the electric field a distance d away from an infinite line charge with
charge per unit length l.
2. Find the electric field at a point P a distance z away fro
Lecture 9. Electric Potential Examples
Work to move a charge
Electric potential calculation
Charged disk
Charged semicircle
Charged shell
Uniformly charged sphere
Non-uniformly charged sphere
Charge
Lecture 1. Electric Charge and Force
Course Requirements
Resources and Supports
Electric Charge
Coulombs Law
Goals
Physical basis of electromagnetism.
Solve problems involving forces, fields and
ene
As.rFall 12
PHY 122 Homework Solutions #1
Chapter 21 Question 4
A positively charged rod is brought close to a neutral piece of paper,
which it attracts. Draw a diagram showing the separation of charg
Fall 12
PHY 122 Homework Solutions #2
Chapter 21 Problem 40
Two parallel circular rings of radius R have their centers on the x
axis separated by a distance l , as shown in Fig. 2160. If each ring
car
Requirements
Homework. Homework will be assigned weekly.
Late homework policy: 50% credit; 0% if more than
one week.
Labs. Bi-weekly Labs required, starting Sept. 14. email [email protected]
Your Question
Your question: You gave the expression
of E along the axis of a charged disk. The
homework asks what if z=R. I replaced
every z to R in your expression, but now
what is ?
= 2 1
1
2
?
Workshop Schedule
1
CRN
64822
2
Days
W
Time
1525-1805
Bldg
WILMT
116
AM
64841
M
1525-1805
TODD
202
AM
3
64897
W
1400-1640
LCHAS
104
SM
4
64905
F
1525-1805
MEL
218
ZC
5
64972
W
1940-2220
B&L
270
ZC
6
6
Lecture 2. Electric Force and Field
Superposition of vectors
Vectors and Coulombs law
Electric field
Superposition of electric field
Vector Form of Coulomb's Law
q1
q2
F12
The force from
1 acting on
Lecture 7. Application of Gauss Law
Infinite coaxial line
Uniformly charged sphere
Nonuniformly charged sphere
Point charge and conducting sphere
Gausss Law
Johann Carl Friedrich
Gauss (17771855)
Qenc
Physics 122 Assignment 1
Fall 2009
Individual and Workshop Problems are due at 12:00 pm, Wednesay, September 16, in the locker near the door of B&L 106. Note to look for your TA/TI's name on the locke