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## General Physics II

by: Cayla Kilback

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# General Physics II PHYS 408

Cayla Kilback
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cayla Kilback on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHYS 408 at University of New Hampshire taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/231704/phys-408-university-of-new-hampshire in Physics 2 at University of New Hampshire.

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cso A spherical metal shell is charged up with a total charge Q l The electric eld inside the shell is ALEEO BEE0f A Q A CEkr DE kFr E Don t Know Use Gauss Law the symmetry is a spherical inside there is no charge enclosed Outside the charge enclosed is Q 2 The electric eld outside the shell is A E O B E 2E0 ngkg DEka r2 r E Don t Know 3 The electric potential inside the shell is E Q Q A V0 B V 0 C Vk D Vk R2 Jquot R E Don t Know The electric potential is constant inside the shell because there is no E eld At the surface of the shell the potential is kQR so inside the shell the electric potential is the same 4 The electric potential outside the shell is AV0 BVE CVk2 QVk2 Q r2 r E Don t Know This would be the same result as if all the charge is in the center since Gauss Law tells us the eld is the same so the integral is the same

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