Chapter 21 Electric Charge and Coulomb's Law
Chapter 21 Electric Charge and Coulomb's Law Phys2140
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Chapter 21 Electric Charge and Coulomb s Law Force Magnitude F12F21 k lqll q2 r2 k 899 x 10 9 Nm2c2 or 14neo Coulomb s Law For any point of point charges there is electrostatic force between them Same charges repel Opposite charges attract Superposition Principle A Q l Atoms F12 leQzA2 Qz F13ltQlQ3C2 X component F1x F13cosxF12 Q3 Y component Fly F13sinx Magnitude F1 F1 F1x2F1y2 Direction of F1 tan6 FlyF1X Atoms protonsneutronseectrons Atoms are neutral Methods of Charging 1 Friction 2 Contact 3lnducUon Spherical Charge Distribution A A shell of uniform charge attracts or repels a charged particle that is outside of the shell if the shell s charge were concentrated at the center Ql FQQltQleOP2 Qz B Shell of uniform charge exerts no electrostatic force on charged particle The particle is located inside the shell Q FQQO Conductor and Insulator Conductor materials with rather freely movable electrons around a little wind can set it off nsuator no freely electrons hard to change
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