Chapter 21&22
Electric Charge and Electric Field
Atom and Charges
Types of electric charge
Types of Materials
Coulombs law
Electric Field (discrete and continuous charges)
Electric Dipole (Torque and Potential Energy)
In Benjamin Franklin s day (18t
Chapter 25
Capacitance
CAPACITOR
System of Equal and Oppositly Charged Conductors
Symbol for a
capacitor in electric
circuits
CHARGE
Q
C =
(Farad)
POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE
Vab
CAPACITORS ARE USED FOR ENERGY STORAGE
WHAT DO YOU THINK YOUR CELL PHONEs BATTERY I
Chapter 30
Induction and Inductance
In this chapter we will study the following topics:
-Faraday s law of induction
-Lenz s rule
-Electric field induced by a changing magnetic field
-Inductance and mutual inductance
- RL circuits
-Energy stored in a magne
Chapter 26
Current, Resistance, and Electromotive Force
Electric Charges
Electromotive Force
Moving Charges
Electric Current
Response to the Charge Motion
Resistance
Electric Current
Defined for a cross sectional unit area
Number of charges passing throug
Chapter 24
Electric Potential
Charge
Electric
Field
Energy per
charge
Electic force
on charges
around
Work
means
energy
Force does
work
Electric (Potential EnergyPotential)
Remember!
In Mechanics
U = F. ds
xf
U = U f Ui = q0 E. ds
U = F ( x)dx
xi
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.
Chapter 27
DC Circuits
Resistors in series and parallel
The equivalent resistance of a series combination is the sum of
the individual resistances: Req = R1 + R2 + R3 +
The equivalent resistance of a parallel combination is given by
1/Req = 1/R1 +
Physical Chemistry I (Chem 331) Fall 2009
Solutions to Problem Set 1
1) A perfect gas undergoes isothermal compression, which reduces its
volume by 3.08 dm3. The final pressure and volume of the gas are 6.42
bar and 5.38 dm3, respectively. Calculate the o
1) A sample consisting of 1.00 mol of the molecules in air is expanded
isothermally at 25 C from 24.2 dm3 to 48.4 dm3 (a) reversibly, (b)
against a constant external pressure equal to the final pressure of the
gas, and (c) freely (against zero external pr
Solutions to Problems in Jackson,
Classical Electrodynamics, Third Edition
Homer Reid
March 28, 2002
Chapter 6: Problems 1-8
1
2
Homer Reids Solutions to Jackson Problems: Chapter 6
Problem 6.2
The charge and current densities for a single point charge q
Basic terms
Static pressure, is the pressure of liquids or gases that are stationary or not in motion. Point A is considered as static pressure although above fluid is flowing. Dynamic pressure, is the pressure exerted by a liquid or gas when it impacts o