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## Physics 2 for Engineering Week 5

by: Aubrey Kenderdine

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# Physics 2 for Engineering Week 5 PHYS 1155

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Aubrey Kenderdine
Northeastern University

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Last material covered that will be on the midterm (review study guide to come this weekend). Includes lecture notes, learning catalytics problems, ILS Lecture, Pre and post ILS questions
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Physics for Engineering 2
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Latika Menon
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Class Notes
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8
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Charge, Capacitors, Voltages, Physics, MCAT Physics, General Physics, Energy, Series, Engineering, Bionengineering
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Date Created: 10/14/16
Week 5 Physics 2 for Engineering Chapter 24: Capacitance and Dielectrics Capacitors store charge C = Q/V Unit is Farads, 1 Farad = 1 C/V Review: Q = σ A V = Ed Parallel Plate Capacitor C = A Ɛ / 0 C = Q/V = σ A/ Ed = A Ɛ / d 0 Capacitors in series Charge on each capacitor is the same Voltage on each capacitor is different Applied voltage is equal to the sum of voltages on the two capacitors (V = V +V ) 1 2 1/C eq1/C +11C 2 Capacitors in parallel Voltage (potential) on each capacitor is the same Charge on each capacitor is different (Q = Q +Q ) 1 2 C eq +C1 2 Energy stored in capacitor U= (1/2) Q / C= (1/2) C V = (1/2) Q V Energy density u = U/V= (1/2) Ɛ E 2 0 Dielectric when charge Q is constant Dielectric constant (of specific material) K=V /V=0/C 0 E = (σ- σ)i/ Ɛ 0where σ is the induced charge) Spherical capacitor C = 4π Ɛ (r0r a br - ra)) b Cylindrical capacitor C = 2π Ɛ L 0 (ln (r / b ))a

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