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Study Guide 1 PHYS 2212 - P

Julia Notetaker
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Intro Physics II
Edwin F Greco (P)
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Julia Notetaker on Saturday February 6, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PHYS 2212 - P at Georgia Institute of Technology taught by Edwin F Greco (P) in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 154 views. For similar materials see Intro Physics II in Physics 2 at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Date Created: 02/06/16
1. Electric Field a. Electric Field Definition/Concept b. Point Charge i. Patterns of Electric Fields ii. Electric Field of a Uniformly Charged Sphere c. The Superposition Principle d. Dipole i. Observation Location on the Dipole Axis (Parallel) ii. Observation Location Perpendicular to the Dipole Axis iii. Effect of a Point Charge on a Dipole iv. Electric Dipole Moment 2. Electric Fields and Matter a. Charged Particles on Matter i. Net Charge ii. Conservation of Charge iii. Conductor iv. Insulator b. How Particles Become Charged i. Contact 1. Neutral objects can be charged by rubbing. 2. Charged objects can be neutralized by rubbing. 3. There is attraction between charged and neutral objects. c. Polarization of Atoms i. Polarizability ii. Related to above  concepts iii. Insulators 1. Nucleus­bound to an extent, less free iv. Conductors 1. Free electrons, mobile electron sea 2. Drift Speed 3. Ionic Solutions 4. When a conductor is in equilibrium, Enet = 0. d. Charge Transfer i. Contact ii. Grounding iii. Induction 3. Electric Field of Distributed Charges a. Uniformly Charged Thin Rod b. Uniformly Charged Thin Ring c. Uniformly Charged Thin Disk d. Two Uniformly Charged Thin Disks (Capacitor) e. Spherical Shell f. Solid Sphere


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