Electric Forces
and Fields
ELECTRIC CHARGE
The basic components of atoms are protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons and neutrons form the
nucleus (and are referred to collectively as nucleons), whi
PHYSICS 333 Electricity and Magnetism 1
Fall 2012
Instructor:
Office:
Office hours:
Tel:
Email:
T.A.:
Prof. Tudor Stanescu
433 White Hall
3:304:30 PM Wednesdays or by appointment
304-293-5194
Tudor.St
Electrodynamics
J.Pearson
July 10, 2008
Abstract
These are a set of notes I have made, based on lectures given by R.Jones at the University of
Manchester Jan-June 08. Please e-mail me with any comment
Phys333, Fall 2012
Skills Expectations
Mathematical skills:
Denition and manipulation of position vectors and relative position vectors
Grad, div, curl - calculations
Grad, div, curl - physical int
Problem Set #10 (Due Nov 29)
November 20, 2012
Reminders: Show your work! Write legibly! Include references and collaborators.
Problem 10.1 Dielectric slab (20 points)
A slab of polarized dielectric m
Problem Set #8
October 26, 2012
NOTE! This homework will NOT be collected. However, one of
the following problems will be given at the rst E&M exam on
September 27th.
Problem 8.1
(a) A sphere of radiu
Problem Set #7 (Due Oct 25)
October 19, 2012
Reminders: Show your work! Write legibly! Include references and collaborators.
Problem 7.1 Energy of a charge conguration (15 points)
(See Griths, Problem
Problem Set #6 (Due Oct 18)
October 12, 2012
Reminders: Show your work! Write legibly! Include references and collaborators.
Problem 6.1 Potential for point charges (20 points)
Two point charges q and
Problem Set #5 (Due Oct 11)
October 4, 2012
Reminders: Show your work! Write legibly! Include references and collaborators.
Problem 5.1 Uniformly charged disc (20 points)
Charge is distributed with co
Problem Set #4
September 21, 2012
NOTE! This homework will NOT be collected. However, one of
the following problems will be given at the rst E&M exam on
September 27th.
Problem 4.1
Consider the vector
Electrostatic Field Problems:
Cylindrical Symmetry
EE 141 Lecture Notes
Topic 6
Professor K. E. Oughstun
School of Engineering
College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences
University of Vermont
2012
Problem Set #1 (Due Sept 4)
August 23, 2012
Reminders: Show your work! Write legibly! Include references and collaborators.
Problem 1.1 (10 points)
Consider the vectors A = 2x + y z and B = 3x y + 2z
Problem Set #2 (Due Sept 13)
September 6, 2012
Reminders: Show your work! Write legibly! Include references and collaborators.
Problem 2.1
Uniformly charged disc (20 points)
Charge is distributed over
Problem Set #3 (Due Sept 20)
September 14, 2012
Reminders: Show your work! Write legibly! Include references and collaborators.
Problem 3.1 Electric ux (10 points)
The base of a pyramid of height h =
Chapter 3 Electric Potential
3.1 Potential and Potential Energy . 3-2 3.2 Electric Potential in a Uniform Field . 3-5 3.3 Electric Potential due to Point Charges . 3-6 3.3.1 Potential Energy in a Syst