 23.1: Aproton is moved to the left in a uniform electric field that point...
 23.2: An electron is moved to the left in a uniform electric field that p...
 23.3: If the electric potential is uniform throughout a region of space, ...
 23.4: If is known at only a single point in space, can be found at that p...
 23.5: Figure 2329 shows a point particle that has a positive charge and ...
 23.6: Figure 2330 shows a point particle that has a negative charge and ...
 23.7: Sketch the electric field lines and equipotential surfaces for the ...
 23.8: Two equal positive point charges are separated by a finite distance...
 23.9: Two point charges are fixed on the axis. (a) Each has a positive ch...
 23.10: The electrostatic potential (in volts) is given by where is a const...
 23.11: The electric potential is the same everywhere on the surface of a c...
 23.12: Three identical positive point charges are located at the vertices ...
 23.13: Estimate the maximum potential difference between a thundercloud an...
 23.14: The specifications for the gap width of typical automotive spark pl...
 23.15: The radius of a proton is approximately Suppose two protons having ...
 23.16: When you touch a friend after walking across a rug on a dry day, yo...
 23.17: Estimate the maximum surface charge density that can exist at the e...
 23.18: The electric field strength near the surface of Earth is about (a) ...
 23.19: Apoint particle has a charge equal to and is fixed at the origin. (...
 23.20: The facing surfaces of two large parallel conducting plates separat...
 23.21: A uniform electric field has a magnitude and points in the directio...
 23.22: In a potassium chloride unit, the distance between the potassium io...
 23.23: Protons are released from rest in a Van de Graaff accelerator syste...
 23.24: The picture tube of a television set was, until recently, invariabl...
 23.25: (a) A positively charged particle is on a trajectory to collide hea...
 23.26: Four point charges, each having a magnitude of are fixed at the cor...
 23.27: Three point charges are fixed at locations on the axis: is at is at...
 23.28: Points and are fixed at the vertices of an equilateral triangle who...
 23.29: Three identical point particles that have charge are at the vertice...
 23.30: Two point charges and are separated by a distance At a point from a...
 23.31: Two identical positively charged point particles are fixed on the a...
 23.32: A point charge of is at the origin and a second point charge of is ...
 23.33: A dipole consists of equal but opposite point charges and It is loc...
 23.34: A charge configuration consists of three point charges located on t...
 23.35: A uniform electric field is in the direction. Points and are on the...
 23.36: An electric field is given by the expression where Find the potenti...
 23.37: The electric field on the axis due to a point charge fixed at the o...
 23.38: The electric potential due to a particular charge distribution is m...
 23.39: Three identical point charges, each with a charge equal to lie in t...
 23.40: A charge of is uniformly distributed on a thin spherical shell of r...
 23.41: An infinite line charge of linear charge density lies on the axis. ...
 23.42: (a) Find the maximum net charge that can be placed on a spherical c...
 23.43: Find the maximum surface charge density that can exist on the surfa...
 23.44: A conducting spherical shell of inner radius and outer radius is co...
 23.45: Two coaxial conducting cylindrical shells have equal and opposite c...
 23.46: Positive charge is placed on two conducting spheres that are very f...
 23.47: Two concentric conducting spherical shells have equal and opposite ...
 23.48: The electric potential at the surface of a uniformly charged sphere...
 23.49: Consider two infinite parallel thin sheets of charge, one in the pl...
 23.50: The expression for the potential along the axis of a thin uniformly...
 23.51: A rod of length has a total charge uniformly distributed along its ...
 23.52: A rod of length has a charge uniformly distributed along its length...
 23.53: Adisk of radius has a surface charge distribution given by where is...
 23.54: Adisk of radius has a surface charge distribution given by where is...
 23.55: A rod of length has a total charge uniformly distributed along its ...
 23.56: A circle of radius is removed from the center of a uniformly charge...
 23.57: The expression for the electric potential inside a uniformly charge...
 23.58: Calculate the electric potential at the point a distance from the c...
 23.59: A circle of radius is removed from the center of a uniformly charge...
 23.60: An infinite flat sheet of charge has a uniform surface charge densi...
 23.61: Consider two parallel uniformly charged infinite planes that are eq...
 23.62: AGeiger tube consists of two elements, a long metal cylindrical she...
 23.63: Suppose the cylinder in the Geiger tube in has an inside diameter o...
 23.64: Apoint particle that has a charge of is at the origin. (a) What is ...
 23.65: Three point charges are on the axis: is at the origin, is at and is...
 23.66: Point charges and are fixed at the vertices of an equilateral trian...
 23.67: (a) How much charge is on the surface of an isolated spherical cond...
 23.68: Four point charges, each having a charge with a magnitude of are at...
 23.69: Four point charges are fixed at the corners of a square centered at...
 23.70: Consider two point particles that have charge are at rest, and are ...
 23.71: Consider an electron and a proton that are initially at rest and ar...
 23.72: A positive point charge equal to is separated from a negative point...
 23.73: Two positive point charges each have a charge of and are fixed on t...
 23.74: If a conducting sphere is to be charged to a potential of what is t...
 23.75: SPREADSHEET Two infinitely long parallel wires have a uniform charg...
 23.76: The equipotential curve graphed in should be a circle. (a) Show mat...
 23.77: The hydrogen atom in its ground state can be modeled as a positive ...
 23.78: Charge is supplied to the metal dome of a Van de Graaff generator b...
 23.79: A positive point charge is located on the axis at (a) How much work...
 23.80: A charge of is uniformly distributed on a ring of radius that lies ...
 23.81: Two metal spheres each have a radius of The centers of the two sphe...
 23.82: SPREADSHEET (a) Using a spreadsheet program, graph versus for a uni...
 23.83: A spherical conductor of radius is charged to When it is connected ...
 23.84: Ametal sphere centered at the origin has a surface charge density t...
 23.85: Along the central axis of a uniformly charged disk, at a point from...
 23.86: A radioactive nucleus emits an particle that has a charge When the ...
 23.87: (a) Configuration consists of two point particles; one particle has...
 23.88: Aparticle that has a mass and a positive charge is constrained to m...
 23.89: Three concentric conducting thin spherical shells have radii so tha...
 23.90: Consider two concentric spherical thin metal shells of radii and wh...
 23.91: Show that the total work needed to assemble a uniformly charged sph...
 23.92: (a) Use the result of to calculate the classical electron radius, t...
 23.93: (a) Consider a uniformly charged sphere that has radius and charge ...
 23.94: can be modified to be used as a very simple model for nuclear fissi...
Solutions for Chapter 23: ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
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