 20.1: Conceptual Example 20.1 shows that the gravitational force between ...
 20.2: A free neutron is unstable and soon decays to other particles, one ...
 20.3: Where in Fig. 20.5 could you put a third charge so it would experie...
 20.4: Why should the test charge used to measure an electric field be small?
 20.5: Equation 20.3 gives the electric field of a point charge. Does the ...
 20.6: Is the electric force on a charged particle always in the direction...
 20.7: Why does a dipole, which has no net charge, produce an electric field?
 20.8: The ring in Example 20.6 carries total charge Q, and the point P is...
 20.9: A spherical balloon is initially uncharged. If you spread positive ...
 20.10: Under what circumstances is the path of a charged particle a parabo...
 20.11: Why should there be a force between two dipoles, which each have ze...
 20.12: Dipoles A and B are both located in the field of a point charge Q, ...
 20.13: Suppose the electron and proton charges differed by one part in one...
 20.14: A typical lightning flash delivers about 25 C of negative charge fr...
 20.15: Protons and neutrons are made from combinations of the two most com...
 20.16: The electron and proton in a hydrogen atom are 52.9 pm apart. Find ...
 20.17: An electron at Earths surface experiences a gravitational force How...
 20.18: You break a piece of Styrofoam packing material, and it releases lo...
 20.19: A charge q is at the point Write expressions for the unit vectors y...
 20.20: A proton is at the origin and an electron is at the point Find the ...
 20.21: An electron experiences an electric force of 0.61 nN. Whats the fie...
 20.22: Find the magnitude of the electric force on a charge in a 100N/C e...
 20.23: A 68nC charge experiences a 150mN force in a certain electric fie...
 20.24: The electric field inside a cell membrane is 8.0 MN/C. Whats the fo...
 20.25: A charge experiences a electric force in a certain electric field. ...
 20.26: The electron in a hydrogen atom is 52.9 pm from the proton. Whats t...
 20.27: In Fig. 20.26, point P is midway between the two charges. Find the ...
 20.28: The water molecules dipole moment is What would be the separation d...
 20.29: The electric field 22 cm from a long wire carrying a uniform line c...
 20.30: Find the line charge density on a long wire if the electric field 4...
 20.31: Find the magnitude of the electric field due to a charged ring of r...
 20.32: In his famous 1909 experiment that demonstrated quantization of ele...
 20.33: How strong an electric field is needed to accelerate electrons in a...
 20.34: A proton moving to the right at enters a region where a 56kN/C ele...
 20.35: An electrostatic analyzer like that of Example 20.8 has What value ...
 20.36: A 2g pingpong ball rubbed against a wool jacket acquires a net po...
 20.37: Two charges, one twice as large as the other, are located 15 cm apa...
 20.38: A proton is on the xaxis at An electron is on the yaxis at Find t...
 20.39: A charge is at and a charge is at Find the force on the negative ch...
 20.40: A charge is at the origin, and a charge is on the positive xaxis a...
 20.41: You have two charges and one charge How would you place them along ...
 20.42: In Fig. 20.27, take and Find the electric force on q3.
 20.43: In Fig. 20.27, take and If the force on points in the direction, f...
 20.44: Three identical charges and a fourth charge form a square of side a...
 20.45: A point charge is at the origin. Find the electric field at the poi...
 20.46: A charge and a charge are 10 cm apart. Find a point where the elect...
 20.47: A proton is at the origin and an ion is at If the electric field is...
 20.48: (a) Find an expression for the electric field on the yaxis due to ...
 20.49: A dipole lies on the yaxis and consists of an electron at and a pr...
 20.50: Show that the field on the xaxis for the dipole of Example 20.5 is...
 20.51: Youre 1.5 m from a charge distribution whose size is much less than...
 20.52: Three identical charges q form an equilateral triangle of side a, w...
 20.53: Two identical small metal spheres initially carry charges and When ...
 20.54: Two charges are attached to opposite ends of a spring with spring c...
 20.55: A thin rod lies on the xaxis between and and carries total charge ...
 20.56: An electron is moving in a circular path around a long, uniformly c...
 20.57: You have a job examining patent applications. Youre presented with ...
 20.58: A strand of DNA carries charge per nm of length. Treating it as a c...
 20.59: Find the line charge density on a long wire if a particle carrying ...
 20.60: A dipole with dipole moment is oriented at to a 4.0MN/C electric f...
 20.61: A molecule has its dipole moment aligned with a 1.2kN/C electric f...
 20.62: Two identical dipoles, each of charge q and separation a, are a dis...
 20.63: A dipole with charges and separation 2a is located a distance x fro...
 20.64: An electron is at the origin, and an ion with charge is at Find a p...
 20.65: Youre taking physical chemistry, and your professor is discussing m...
 20.66: The electric field on the axis of a uniformly charged ring has magn...
 20.67: An electric quadrupole consists of two oppositely directed dipoles ...
 20.68: Show that the electric field at a point from a dipoles axis is time...
 20.69: A straight wire 10 m long carries distributed uniformly over its le...
 20.70: Figure 20.32 shows a thin rod of length L carrying charge Q distrib...
 20.71: Figure 20.33 shows a thin, uniformly charged disk of radius R. Imag...
 20.72: Use the result of to show that the field of an infinite, uniformly ...
 20.73: Use the binomial theorem to show that, for the result of reduces to...
 20.74: A semicircular loop of radius a carries positive charge Q distribut...
 20.75: In Example 20.2, find the position where Q will experience the grea...
 20.76: A thin rod carries charge Q distributed uniformly over its length L...
 20.77: A thin rod extends along the xaxis from to and carries line charge...
 20.78: A rod of length lies on the xaxis, centered at the origin, and car...
 20.79: Youre working on the design of an inkjet printer. Ink drops of mas...
 20.80: At a distance r, far from the heart, the hearts electric field a. f...
 20.81: At a given distance, far from the heart compared with its size, the...
 20.82: The difference between Figs. 20.36a and 20.36b that results in an e...
 20.83: At the instant shown in Fig. 20.36c, theres an electric field withi...
Solutions for Chapter 20: Electric Charge, Force,and Field
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