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Figure 26-17 shows a rectangular solid conductor of edge

Fundamentals of Physics Extended | 9th Edition | ISBN: 9780470469088 | Authors: David Halliday ISBN: 9780470469088 189

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Problem 3

Figure 26-17 shows a rectangular solid conductor of edge lengths L, 2L, and 3L. A potential difference V is to be applied uniformly between pairs of opposite faces of L the conductor as in Fig. 26-8b. First 2L 3L V is applied between the left-right Fig.26-17 Question 3. faces, then between the top-bottom faces, and then between the front - back faces. Rank those pairs, greatest first, according to the following (within the conductor): (a) the magnitude of the electric field, (b) the current density, (c) the current, and (d) the drift speed of the electrons.

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• Findpositionwithnoacceleration:x=x +vt 0 • Findvelocitywithconstantacceleration:v=v +at 0 2 • Findpositionwithacceleration:x=x +v t+0at 0 o x b0itself: x=x 0+v 0+½at 2 x 0=x–v t0–½at 2 o v b0itself: x=x0+v 0+½at 2 2 x–x0–½at =v t0 2 v 0=(x–x 0½at )/t o abyitself:

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Physics Extended
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Author: David Halliday
ISBN: 9780470469088

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Figure 26-17 shows a rectangular solid conductor of edge