 21.1: Objects are composed of atoms which are composed of charged particl...
 21.2: A carbon atom can become a carbon ion if it has one or more of its ...
 21.3: You do a simple demonstration for your high school physics teacher ...
 21.4: You have a positively charged insulating rod and two metal spheres ...
 21.5: (a) Two point particles that have charges of and are separated by d...
 21.6: Ametal sphere is positively charged. Is it possible for the sphere ...
 21.7: A simple demonstration of electrostatic attraction can be done by d...
 21.8: Two positive point charges that are equal in magnitude are fixed in...
 21.9: Two neutral conducting spheres are in contact and are supported on ...
 21.10: Three point charges, and are placed at the corners of an equilatera...
 21.11: A positively charged particle is free to move in a region with a no...
 21.12: Four charges are fixed in place at the corners of a square as shown...
 21.13: Two point particles that have charges of and are separated by dista...
 21.14: Three equal positive point charges (each charge ) are fixed at the ...
 21.15: Amolecule has a dipole moment given by The molecule is momentarily ...
 21.16: True or false: (a) The electric field of a point charge always poin...
 21.17: Two molecules have dipole moments of equal magnitude. The dipole mo...
 21.18: Estimate the force required to bind the two protons in the He nucle...
 21.19: Apopular classroom demonstration consists of rubbing a plastic rod ...
 21.20: Sparks in air occur when ions in the air are accelerated to such a ...
 21.21: A plastic rod is rubbed against a wool shirt, thereby acquiring a c...
 21.22: A charge equal to the charge of Avogadros number of protons is call...
 21.23: What is the total charge of all of the protons in 1.00 kg of carbon?
 21.24: Suppose a cube of aluminum which is 1.00 cm on a side accumulates a...
 21.25: During a process described by the photoelectric effect, ultraviolet...
 21.26: A point charge is at the origin and a point charge is on the axis a...
 21.27: Three point charges are on the axis: is at is at the origin, and is...
 21.28: A point charge and a point charge are a distance apart. Where shoul...
 21.29: A point charge and a point charge are a distance apart. Where shoul...
 21.30: Three point charges, each of magnitude 3.00 nC, are at separate cor...
 21.31: A point charge of is on the axis at and a second point charge of is...
 21.32: Apoint particle that has a charge of is located at the origin. A se...
 21.33: A point particle that has a charge of is located at the origin; a s...
 21.34: A point particle that has a charge of is located at and a point par...
 21.35: Five identical point charges, each having charge are equally spaced...
 21.36: The structure of the molecule is approximately that of an equilater...
 21.37: A point charge of is at the origin. What are the magnitude and dire...
 21.38: Two point charges, each are on the axis; one point charge is at the...
 21.39: When a 2.0nC point charge is placed at the origin, it experiences ...
 21.40: The electric field near the surface of Earth points downward and ha...
 21.41: Two point charges and both have a charge equal to and are on the ax...
 21.42: A point charge of is located on the axis at and a second point char...
 21.43: A point charge is located at and a point charge is located at (a) F...
 21.44: Two equal positive charges are on the axis; one point charge is at ...
 21.45: A point charge is located at and a point charge is located at (a) F...
 21.46: Two positive point charges, each having charge , are on the axisone...
 21.47: Two point particles, each having a charge sit on the base of an equ...
 21.48: Two point particles, each having a charge equal to sit on the base ...
 21.49: Two equal positive point charges are on the axis; one is at and the...
 21.50: Two positive point charges are on the axis at and A bead of mass an...
 21.51: The acceleration of a particle in an electric field depends on (the...
 21.52: The acceleration of a particle in an electric field depends on the ...
 21.53: An electron has an initial velocity of in the direction. It enters ...
 21.54: An electron is released from rest in a weak electric field given by...
 21.55: A 2.00g charged particle is released from rest in a region that ha...
 21.56: A charged particle leaves the origin with a speed of at an angle of...
 21.57: An electron starts at the position shown in Figure 2139 with an in...
 21.58: ENGINEERING APPLICATION An electron that has a kinetic energy equal...
 21.59: Two point charges, and are separated by (a) What is the magnitude o...
 21.60: Adipole of moment is placed in a uniform electric field that has a ...
 21.61: Show that it is only possible to place one isolated proton in an or...
 21.62: Point charges of and are located on the axis at and respectively. C...
 21.63: Point charges of and are located on the axis at and respectively. (...
 21.64: A fixed point charge of is connected by strings to point charges of...
 21.65: A positive charge is to be divided into two positive point charges ...
 21.66: A point charge is located on the axisat and a point charge is locat...
 21.67: Two point particles separated by 0.60 m have a total charge of (a) ...
 21.68: A point particle that has charge and unknown mass is released from ...
 21.69: A rigid 1.00mlong rod is pivoted about its center (Figure 2142)....
 21.70: Two point charges are located at and at Two other point charges, ea...
 21.71: Two point charges have a total charge equal to and are separated by...
 21.72: Two point charges have a total charge equal to and are separated by...
 21.73: A point charge of is located at the origin; a point charge of is lo...
 21.74: Two point particles, each of mass and charge are suspended from a c...
 21.75: Suppose that in and (a) What is the angle that each string makes wi...
 21.76: Four point charges of equal magnitude are arranged at the corners o...
 21.77: Figure 2146 shows a dumbbell consisting of two identical small par...
 21.78: For the dumbbell in 77, let and The dumbbell is initially at rest a...
 21.79: An electron (charge mass ) and a positron (charge mass ) revolve ar...
 21.80: A simple pendulum of length 1.0 m and mass is placed in a uniform, ...
 21.81: A point particle of mass and charge is constrained to move vertical...
 21.82: Two neutral molecules on the axis attract each other. Each molecule...
 21.83: Two equal positive point charges are on the axis at and (a) Obtain ...
 21.84: A gold nucleus is from a proton, which initially is at rest. When t...
 21.85: During a famous experiment in 1919, Ernest Rutherford shot doubly i...
 21.86: During the Millikan experiment used to determine the charge on the ...
 21.87: In 86, there is a description of the Millikan experiment used to de...
Solutions for Chapter 21: THE ELECTRIC FIELD I: DISCRETE CHARGE DISTRIBUTIONS
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