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by: Johathan Lemke

Electricity&Light PHY222

Johathan Lemke
GPA 3.7


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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Johathan Lemke on Sunday October 11, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHY222 at Eastern Michigan University taught by DanielVanwingerden in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see /class/221481/phy222-eastern-michigan-university in Physics 2 at Eastern Michigan University.


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Date Created: 10/11/15
Objectives for Chapters 19 amp 20 After completion of these two chapters you should be able to 1 De ne Electric charge Coulomb Electrical conductor Electrical insulator Charging by contact and by induction Coulombs law Permittivity of free space Electric field Gausses law Electric potential Voltage Potential difference Electron volt Equipotential surface Capacitor Capacitance Dielectric Capacitors electric potential energy Energy density CRT Oscilloscope N Calculate the number of charged particles needed for any given charge Quantization of electric charge LA Use coulomb s law to nd the electrostatic force between particles 4 Calculate the electric field about a point charge UI Calculate the force of an electric eld on an object with a particular charge ON Calculate the work done in moving a charge through a potential difference 1 Calculate the speed of charged particles as they leave an accelerator gun 8 Calculate the potential difference created by point charges 9 Calculate the radius of an equal potential surface of a given value about a point charge 10 Calculate the number of excess electrons on a plate of a charged capacitor for a given voltage 11 Find the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor given its dimensions and the dielectric constant 12 Calculate the capacitance for a known voltage and charge Look at all of the quotQUESTIONSquot at the end of each chapter and make sure you can do the following PROBLEMS Ch 19 1 5 9 13 15 17 19 28How does this compare t their gravitational attraction 33 35 39 41 49 52 amp read 57 Ch 20 3 4 5 7 13 17 18 21 23 27 37 41 43 49 53 54 55 amp 57 amp If you are thinking about Medicine Biology Chemistry or even if you just like to watch ER peruse pages 660 661 668 669 and example 207


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