 22.1: Why can a bird perch on a highvoltage power line without getting e...
 22.2: One proton is accelerated from rest by a uniform electric field, an...
 22.3: Would a free electron move toward higher or lower potential?
 22.4: The electric field at the center of a uniformly charged ring is obv...
 22.5: Must the potential be zero at any point where the electric field is...
 22.6: Must the electric field be zero at any point where the potential is...
 22.7: The potential is constant throughout an entire volume. What must be...
 22.8: In considering the potential of an infinite flat sheet, why isnt it...
 22.9: Cherry picker trucks for working on power lines often carry electro...
 22.10: Can equipotential surfaces intersect? Explain.
 22.11: Is the potential at the center of a hollow, uniformly charged spher...
 22.12: A solid sphere contains positive charge uniformly distributed throu...
 22.13: Two equal but opposite charges form a dipole. Describe the equipote...
 22.14: The electric potential in a region increases linearly with distance...
 22.15: How much work does it take to move a 50@C charge against a 12V pot...
 22.16: The potential difference between the two sides of an ordinary elect...
 22.17: It takes 45 J to move a 15mC charge from point A to point B. Whats...
 22.18: Show that 1 V/m is the same as 1 N/C.
 22.19: Find the magnitude of the potential difference between two points l...
 22.20: A charge of 3.1 C moves from the positive to the negative terminal ...
 22.21: A proton, an alpha particle (a bare helium nucleus), and a singly i...
 22.22: The potential difference across a typical cell membrane is about 80...
 22.23: An electric field is given by ES= E0 nj, where E0 is a constant.Fin...
 22.24: The classical picture of the hydrogen atom has the electron orbitin...
 22.25: The potential at the surface of a 10cmradius sphere is 4.8 kV.Wha...
 22.26: Youre developing a switch for highvoltage power lines. Thesmallest...
 22.27: A 3.5cmdiameter isolated metal sphere carries 0.86 C. (a)Find the...
 22.28: In a uniform electric field, equipotential planes that differ by 5....
 22.29: Figure 22.22 shows a plot of potential versus position along the x...
 22.30: Figure 22.23 shows some equipotentials in the x9y plane. (a) In wha...
 22.31: T h e e l e c t r i c p o t e n t i a l i n a r e g i o n i s g iv ...
 22.32: Dielectric breakdown of air occurs at fields of 3 MV/m. Find (a) th...
 22.33: Youre an automotive engineer working on the ignition system for a n...
 22.34: A large metal sphere has three times the diameter of a smaller sphe...
 22.35: Two points A and B lie 15 cm apart in a uniform electric field, wit...
 22.36: The electric field within a cell membrane is approximately 8.0 MV/m...
 22.37: Whats the potential difference between the terminals of a battery t...
 22.38: Whats the charge on an ion that gains 1.6*1015 J when it moves thr...
 22.39: Two flat metal plates are a distance d apart, where d is small comp...
 22.40: An electron passes point A moving at 6.5 Mm/s. At point B it comes ...
 22.41: A 5.0g object carries 3.8 C. It acquires speed v when accelerated ...
 22.42: Points A and B lie 32.0 cm apart on a line extending radially from ...
 22.43: A sphere of radius R carries negative charge of magnitude Q, distri...
 22.44: Protonbeam therapy can be preferable to X rays for cancer treatmen...
 22.45: A thin spherical shell has radius R and total charge Q distributed ...
 22.46: A solid sphere of radius R carries charge Q distributed uniformly t...
 22.47: Find the potential as a function of position in the electric field ...
 22.48: Your radio station needs a new coaxial cable to connect the transmi...
 22.49: The potential difference between the surface of a 3.0 cm diameter...
 22.50: Three equal charges q form an equilateral triangle of side a. Find ...
 22.51: A charge +Q lies at the origin and 3Q at x = a. Find two points on...
 22.52: Two identical charges q lie on the xaxis at{a. (a) Find an express...
 22.53: A dipole of moment p = 2.9 nC # m consists of two charges separated...
 22.54: A thin plastic rod 20 cm long carries 3.2 nC distributed uniformly ...
 22.55: A thin ring of radius R carries charge 3Q distributed uniformly ove...
 22.56: The potential at the center of a uniformly charged ring is 45 kV, a...
 22.57: The annulus shown in Fig. 22.25 carries a uniform surface charge de...
 22.58: The potential in a region is given by V = axy, where a is a constan...
 22.59: Use Equation 22.6 to calculate the electric field on the perpendicu...
 22.60: Use the result of Example 22.6 to determine the onaxis field ofa c...
 22.61: The electric potential in a region is given by V = V01r/R2,where V...
 22.62: Two metal spheres each 1.0 cm in radius are far apart. One sphere c...
 22.63: Two 5.0cmdiameter conducting spheres are 8.0 m apart, and each ca...
 22.64: A 2.0cmradius metal sphere carries 75 nC and is surrounded by a c...
 22.65: A sphere of radius R carries a nonuniform but spherically symmetric...
 22.66: The potential as a function of position in a region is given by V1x...
 22.67: A conducting sphere 5.0 cm in radius carries 60 nC. Its surrounded ...
 22.68: Show that the result of Example 22.8 approaches the field of a poin...
 22.69: The potential on the axis of a uniformly charged disk at 5.0 cm fro...
 22.70: A uranium nucleus (mass 238 u, charge 92e) decays, emitting an alph...
 22.71: The Taser, an ostensibly nonlethal weapon used by police to subdue ...
 22.72: Using the dipole potential at points far from a dipole (given by Eq...
 22.73: Measurements of the potential at points on the axis of a charged di...
 22.74: Find an equation describing the V = 0 equipotential in the xy plan...
 22.75: A thin rod of length L carries charge Q distributed uniformly over ...
 22.76: For the rod of the preceding problem, (a) find an expression for th...
 22.77: A disk of radius a carries nonuniform surface charge density s = s0...
 22.78: An openended cylinder of radius a and length 2a carries charge q s...
 22.79: A line charge extends along the xaxis from L/2 to L/2. Its line c...
 22.80: Repeat for the charge distribution l = l0 x/L. (Hint: What does thi...
 22.81: Youre sizing a new electric transmission line, and you can save mon...
 22.82: BIO Standard electrocardiography measures timedependent potential ...
 22.83: BIO Standard electrocardiography measures timedependent potential ...
 22.84: BIO Standard electrocardiography measures timedependent potential ...
 22.85: BIO Standard electrocardiography measures timedependent potential ...
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