# 8. (I) What potential difference is needed to give a

## Problem 8 Chapter 17

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Problem 8

8. (I) What potential difference is needed to give a helium nucleus (Q = 2e) 65.0 kcV of kinetic energy?

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August 30, 2016 (Chapter 2, continued)  Density Mass d= m o Density= Volume  v o Unit for density is g/cm or g/mL. o cm (or cc’s for students going into medicine) is the same as mL. o Finding the density for solid objects:  Take a graduated cylinder and fill with water.  Place the object into the water gently so that you do not...

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