How does the Moon’s diameter compare with the distance between Earth and the Moon?
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Week 2 Monday, August 29, 2016 12:03 AM • Charging by rubbing- if you rub glass rod with silk, e- transfer from rod to silk leaves equal + charge on rod..only rubbed area is charged • Polarization: ○ In neutral atoms:center of + charge coincides w/ center of - charge ○ Charged atoms:centers separate from electric force Causes electric dipole(polarization) ○ Ex) neutral wall w + balloon…+ charged balloon will induce - charge on insulator(wall) • Coulomb's law- electric force has following properties: ○ Directed along line joining 2 charged particles ○ Inversely proportional to square of separation distance (r) btwn them Proportionalto product of mags of ch
Textbook: Conceptual Physics
Author: Paul G. Hewitt
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