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A point charge q1 = 4.00 nC is placed at the origin, and a

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Problem 51P

A point charge q1 = 4.00 nC is placed at the origin, and a second point charge q2 = -3.00 nC is placed on the x-axis at x = +20.0 cm. A third point charge q3 = 2.00 nC is to be placed on the x-axis between q1 and q2. (Take as zero the potential energy of the three charges when they are infinitely far apart.) (a) What is the potential energy of the system of the three charges if q3 is placed at x = + 10.0 cm? (b) Where should q3 be placed to make the potential energy of the system equal to zero?

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1 Charge & Coulomb's Law Charge Is a property of matter. There are two kinds of charge, positive “+” and negative “−”.1 1. An object can have positive charge, negative charge, or no charge at all. A particle which has charge causes a force-per-charge-of-would-be-victim vector to exist at each point in the region of space around itself. The infinite set of force-per-charge-of-would-be-victim vectors is called a vector field. Any charged particle that finds itself in the region of space where the force- percharge-of-would-be-victim vector field exists will have a force exerted upon it by the force-percharge-of-would-be-victim field. The force-per-charge- of-would-be-victim field is called the electric field. The charged particle causi

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Textbook: University Physics
Edition: 13
Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
ISBN: 9780321675460

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