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what is electric potential?

what is electric potential?

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School: Arizona State University
Department: Physics
Course: Introduction to Physics
Professor: Adams
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: PHY101, electric potential, electric current, magnetic field, Magnetic Forces, induction, Electromagnetic Waves, and light
Cost: 50
Name: Physics 101, Test 3 Study Guide
Description: These notes go over electric potential, electric current, magnetic field, magnetic forces, induction, electromagnetic waves, and light.
Uploaded: 11/27/2016
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Test 3 Study Guide Saturday, November 26, 2016 9:04 PM


what is electric potential?



Electric Potential Electric Potential (PTL) is electric potential energy per unit charge; voltage is a difference in electric PTL.

The units of PTL are J/C (instead of J/kg). J/C are called Volts (V) -> Alessandro Volta (battery in 1800)

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It takes work to carry positive charges "up the hill" from

negative to positive plate. The Electric Field Strength (EFS) is the amount of electric force per unit charge; the EFS is also the "steepness" of the PTL "hill" in units of V/m.

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The current (I) is the rate of charge flow in units of C/s going past any location in the circuit in a simple circuit (one path) the current is the same everywhere.


how to make a steady current?



The units of C/s is called amperes (A) -> Andre-Marie Ampere (~1825) Typical currents are .1-1 AMPS

For a given path through a given piece of metal, the current is big when the "hill" is big.

Amount of current is proportional to the size of "hill" (i.e. the voltage) Ohm's Law: I=1/R(V) or V=IR or R= V/1

Units of Rare volts/amps = ohms ( -> omega)

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Currents create magnetic fields; the magnetic field lines surround the current.

Electric field lines start on positive charges and end on negative charges.

Magnetic field lines (MFL) make loops around currents. Predict with "Grab the Wire". Magnetic field strength (MFS) proportional to 1/r We also discuss several other topics like phys 1110 cu boulder

B = 2k/c2*l/r Ampere's Law

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Light: Wave or Particle Traveling Electromagnetic waves carry energy away from a vibrating collection of charges; no medium is required; light is an EM wave; all EM waves have both wave and particle properties.

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Light from an incandescent light bulb is "unpolarized" because visible light comes from atoms; there are a large number of atoms so the light from the bulb includes some light polarized in every possible direction.

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