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Week 1 (Lecture 1 & 2) PHYS212

by: Veronica Canarte

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Week 1 (Lecture 1 & 2) PHYS212 PHYS 212

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Lecture 1: Semester overview Lecture 2: Static electricity, Conductors & Insulators, Fundamental change, Conservation of Charge, Charging object by contact, Coulomb's law (& example)
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Gen Physics II ; NON Calc-based
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Katarzyna A. Oldalk
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Date Created: 09/05/16
8/31/16 Lecture 2 Wednesday, August 31, 2016 Static Electricity, Conductors & Insulators Repel Attract • Charge 2 types of charges or Lots of charged particles: Ions: have excess of either A) protons or B) electrons - Neutral particles don’t interact with charges • If you rub objects together you can give a charge in the • Conductors vs Insulators objects e- = shorthand for electron One object will gain "Conduct" electricity ; Charges cannot electrons & the other (-) charges move move easily around. • Fundamental change How much charge is in one e- will lose electrons (spread) very easily. ex) ex) coated wires, qe= e = 1.6 x 10 ^ -19 C salt water, metals plastic, cloth Electrons get Electrons can move around slowed/stuck C = Coulomb ; the unit for electric charge super easy • Conservation of charge Total charge is constant in any process • Charging an object by contact • Charging and object by induction Object (charged) never touches "spheres" Pulls A) charged rod pulls the (e-) towards the contact point & repels the (+) Revisit these because repels towards the opposite they will help with end. problem solving. REVIEW: in CH 18.2 (pg. 700-702 in pdf txtbook) and in the lecture PowerPoint - Earth is "conductor - ish" ; it is grounded = Ground Earth is so big - it just absorbs charges. Basically , grounding eliminates/drains charges

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