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em ratio
School: Clayton State University
Course: PHYS 3650L
... 1. Objectives. The objective of this laboratory is to measure the charge to mass ratio of an electron. 2. Theory. ... V is the speed of the particle, q is the magnitude of the particle's charge, and B is the strength of the magnetic field....

Pre Lab 1  Coulombs Law
School: Arizona State University
Course: PHY 114
... as R. What are the things that affect the position of the red ball but do not themselves change as you change the position of the blue ball? (example: the charge of the blue ball). There are four ...

HW4 Charges fields and potentials solution (2)
School: University Of Maryland
Course: PHYS 132
... C. Construct equipotential surfaces for the following 3 configurations: a point charge, a dipole, and a quadrupole (four charges of equal magnitude on the four corners of a square, with the charges on adjacent corners having opposite sign ...

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School: Stony Brook University
Course: PHY 133
... The purpose of this lab was to measure the locations equal potential difference for of two different charge distributions and construct electric field lines in between the charge distributions that were found. ...
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Exe41
School: ITT Tech
Course: PH 2530
... Magnitude Or E=Force/test charge or Q. so if E=1.75 X 10^4=Force/3.86 X 10^5 or Q. E/Q=F so therefor 1.75 *10^4N/C/3.86*10^5=4.533N. ...

POGIL  Coulombic Attraction
School: Antelope High
Course: SCIENCE 7097098708
Coulombic Attraction What variables will affect the force of attraction between protons and electrons? Why? Coulombic attraction is the attraction between ...

Week 3  Genetic Counseling
School: Grantham University
Course: SCIENCE 105
TaySachs disease is an uncommon disease brought on by mutations of the hexosaminidaseA gene or also known as HEXA gene, which is in charge of the directions to assemble the enzyme betahexosaminidase A. This enzyme is ...

8 Magnet dan Gaya Magnet
School: New York University
Course: PHYSICS 101
... Here q is the charge of the particle, v is its velocity, and B the magnetic field in the region. The magnitude of this force is then: ... Here, v is the particle's speed, m its mass, q its charge, and L is the length of the plates. ...
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HW4 Charges fields and potentials solution (2)
School: University Of Maryland
Course: PHYS 132
... C. Construct equipotential surfaces for the following 3 configurations: a point charge, a dipole, and a quadrupole (four charges of equal magnitude on the four corners of a square, with the charges on adjacent corners having opposite sign ...

Experiment 1
School: Florida Atlantic University
Course: PHY 2049L
Purpose: Map electric equipotential lines and electric field lines for two dimensional charge configurations Theory: The magnitude of electrostatic ...

HW5_Soln
School: University Of Southern California
Course: PHYS 152L
... an infinitely long hollow cylinder of inner radius a and outer radius b. The cylinder is made of insulating plastic with a volume charge density ρ(r ...

HW 3 Solutions
School: University Of Wisconsin
Course: PHYSICS 322
... Just outside the conductor Epatch(+) and Eother(+) both have magnitudes σ/(2ε0) where σ is the local surface charge density. ... 3. Using Gauss' theorem, show that a) Any net charge on a conductor must lie on its surface. ans ...
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Pre Lab 1  Coulombs Law
School: Arizona State University
Course: PHY 114
... as R. What are the things that affect the position of the red ball but do not themselves change as you change the position of the blue ball? (example: the charge of the blue ball). There are four ...

Document1
School: Stony Brook University
Course: PHY 133
... The purpose of this lab was to measure the locations equal potential difference for of two different charge distributions and construct electric field lines in between the charge distributions that were found. ...

PH221Week1Lab1Coulomb's Law
School: Grantham University
Course: PH 221
... 1/12/16. Grantham University. Abstract. In this simulation, the green, red, and blue charges are originally (ie, at t = 0) at the vertices of an isosceles triangle. The green and blue are fixed in space and the red charge is allowed to move. ...

Electric Field Mapping Lab
School: University Of Virginia
Course: PHYS 102
... Graph paper. Theory: An electric field is said to exist anywhere a force is felt on a positive test charge. Placing a positive ...
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2013S_721_HW3_sol
School: University Of Wisconsin
Course: PHYSICS 721
Homework 3 Solutions Physics 721 Spring 2013 1 Jackson 3.3 (a) A thin, flat, conducting, circular disc of radius R is located in the x  y plane with its center at the origin, and is maintained at a fixed potential V . With the information that th...

Phys6C_final_practice_1
School: University Of California, Santa Cruz
Course: PHYS 6C
Problem 5 (20 points) wire A charged particle with charge of −4 C and mass of 1 kg moves in a circular orbit in a uniform magnetic field. The motion is in the plane of the page and the direction is clockwise. The orbit's radius is 1 m and th...

Ch15Lecture1
School: Arizona State University
Course: PHY 111
... Our technological civilization is founded on this great idea : electrical power, radio, electronics, radar, TV, phones and computers. 3. Introduction. Imagine a force, like gravitation (~1/r 2 ), but it is trillion, trillion, trillion times mu...

HW1_sol
School: Cornell University
Course: PHYS 2208
Physics 2208 Assignment 1 Solutions Problem 1. Since Q and q are both positive, +Q is a positive charge and −q is a negative charge. From Coulomb's Law, the repulsive force between the two +Q charges is: FQQ = kQQ r2 QQ = kQ2 (D √ 2)2 = kQ...
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School: York University
Course: PHYS 2040
... The linear charge density of the rod is 4 pC/m. One end of the rod is at the origin while the other is at z = 5 m. Consider a Gaussian cylinder which is 2 m long, has a radius of .5 m, and has its central axis parallel to the y axis. ...

Phys equations test 2
School: University Of Louisiana, Lafayette
Course: PHYS 208
Chapter 21 Equations: (21.1): The force that a mag field exerts on a moving charge: (21.2): The motion of a charged particle in a mag field: ,. where. OR qV= delta EPE. (21.3): The force on a current in a mag field: à L=. in some cases. ...

Practice Exam 3 on Physics II
School: University Of Miami
Course: PHY 102
... of the electric field midway between these two charges? [A] 0.63 X 107 N/C directed towards the negative charge J210. ...