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## Week 4 Physics 2 for Engineering

by: Aubrey Kenderdine

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# Week 4 Physics 2 for Engineering PHYS 1155

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Aubrey Kenderdine
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Pre and Post ILS #4, lecture notes, and lab notes on chapter 23
COURSE
Physics for Engineering 2
PROF.
Latika Menon
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Class Notes
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14
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Physics, MCAT Physics, General Physics, Engineering, Bionengineering
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Date Created: 09/30/16
Physics 2 for Engineering Week 4 Notes 26 September – 29 September  Chapter 23 Electric potential energy is a scalar quantity Unit is Joules (J) Potential energy for two point charges assuming U  = 0 whea r  = infinita  U = kQq / r Review:  F = kQq / r 2 E = kq / r2 Electric potential is a scalar quantity  Unit of electric potential is volts (V) 1 V = 1 J / C Unit of electric field is N / C or V / m Assume V = 0 when r  = inainity V = kq / r ΔV = ­ E * d at constant electric field For collection of point charges  V = Σ kQ / r E direction points from positive charge to negative charge Positive charge moves in the direction of E from high to low potential Negative charge moves opposite to the direction of E from low to high potential  E is perpendicular to equipotential lines For infinitely long cylinder or wire V b– V  a ­ λ / 2πƐ  *0ln (r /rb) a For ring of charge V = Q / 4πƐ √(0 +a ) 2 Point charge­ equipotential lines are spherical Infinite line­ equipotential lines are cylindrical Infinite sheet­ equipotential lines are flat surfaces V = U / q U = qV

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