 19.1CQ: Voltage is the common word for potential difference. Which term is ...
 19.1PE: Find the ratio of speeds of an electron and a negative hydrogen ion...
 19.2CQ: If the voltage between two points is zero, can a test charge be mov...
 19.2PE: An evacuated tube uses an accelerating voltage of 40 kV to accelera...
 19.3CQ: What is the relationship between voltage and energy? More precisely...
 19.3PE: A bare helium nucleus has two positive charges and a mass of 6.64 ×...
 19.4CQ: Voltages are always measured between two points. Why?.
 19.4PE: Integrated Concepts Singly charged gas ions are accelerated from re...
 19.5CQ: How are units of volts and electron volts related? How do they differ?
 19.5PE: Integrated ConceptsThe temperature near the center of the Sun is th...
 19.6CQ: Discuss how potential difference and electric field strength are re...
 19.6PE: Integrated Concepts(a) What is the average power output of a heart ...
 19.7CQ: What is the strength of the electric field in a region where the el...
 19.7PE: Integrated Concepts A lightning bolt strikes a tree, moving 20.0 C ...
 19.8CQ: Will a negative charge, initially at rest, move toward higher or lo...
 19.8PE: Integrated Concepts A 12.0 V batteryoperated bottle warmer heats 5...
 19.9CQ: In what region of space is the potential due to a uniformly charged...
 19.9PE: Integrated Concepts A batteryoperated car utilizes a 12.0 V system...
 19.10CQ: Can the potential of a nonuniformly charged sphere be the same as ...
 19.10PE: Integrated Concepts Fusion probability is greatly enhanced when app...
 19.11CQ: What is an equipotential line? What is an equipotential surface?
 19.11PE: Unreasonable Results (a) Find the voltage near a 10.0 cm diameter m...
 19.12CQ: Explain in your own words why equipotential lines and surfaces must...
 19.12PE: Construct Your Own a battery used to supply energy to a cellular ph...
 19.13CQ: Can different equipotential lines cross? Explain.
 19.13PE: Show that units of V/m and N/C for electric field strength are inde...
 19.14CQ: Does the capacitance of a device depend on the applied voltage? Wha...
 19.14PE: What is the strength of the electric field between two parallel con...
 19.15CQ: Use the characteristics of the Coulomb force to explain why capacit...
 19.15PE: The electric field strength between two parallel conducting plates ...
 19.16CQ: Give the reason why a dielectric material increases capacitance com...
 19.16PE: How far apart are two conducting plates that have an electric field...
 19.17PE: (a) Will the electric field strength between two parallel conductin...
 19.18CQ: Sparks will occur between the plates of an airfilled capacitor at ...
 19.18PE: The voltage across a membrane forming a cell wall is 80.0 mV and th...
 19.19CQ: Water has a large dielectric constant, but it is rarely used in cap...
 19.19PE: Membrane walls of living cells have surprisingly large electric fie...
 19.20CQ: Membranes in living cells, including those in humans, are character...
 19.20PE: Two parallel conducting plates are separated by 10.0 cm, and one of...
 19.21CQ: If you wish to store a large amount of energy in a capacitor bank, ...
 19.21PE: Find the maximum potential difference between two parallel conducti...
 19.22CQ: How does the energy contained in a charged capacitor change when a ...
 19.22PE: A doubly charged ion is accelerated to an energy of 32.0 keV by the...
 19.23CQ: What happens to the energy stored in a capacitor connected to a bat...
 19.23PE: An electron is to be accelerated in a uniform electric field having...
 19.24PE: A 0.500 cm diameter plastic sphere, used in a static electricity de...
 19.25PE: What is the potential 0.530 × 10–10 m from a proton (the average di...
 19.26PE: (a) A sphere has a surface uniformly charged with 1.00 C. At what d...
 19.27PE: How far from a 1.00 µC point charge will the potential be 100 V? At...
 19.28PE: What are the sign and magnitude of a point charge that produces a p...
 19.29PE: If the potential due to a point charge is 5.00×102 V at a distance ...
 19.30PE: In nuclear fission, a nucleus splits roughly in half. (a) What is t...
 19.31PE: A research Van de Graaff generator has a 2.00mdiameter metal spher...
 19.32PE: An electrostatic paint sprayer has a 0.200mdiameter metal sphere ...
 19.33PE: In one of the classic nuclear physics experiments at the beginning ...
 19.34PE: (a) What is the potential between two points situated 10 cm and 20 ...
 19.35PE: Unreasonable Results(a) What is the final speed of an electron acce...
 19.36PE: (a) Sketch the equipotential lines near a point charge + q . Indica...
 19.37PE: Sketch the equipotential lines for the two equal positive charges s...
 19.38PE: Figure 19.28 shows the electric field lines near two charges q1 and...
 19.39PE: Sketch the equipotential lines a long distance from the charges sho...
 19.40PE: Sketch the equipotential lines in the vicinity of two opposite char...
 19.41PE: Sketch the equipotential lines in the vicinity of the negatively ch...
 19.42PE: Sketch the equipotential lines surrounding the two conducting plate...
 19.43PE: (a) Sketch the electric field lines in the vicinity of the charged ...
 19.44PE: The naturally occurring charge on the ground on a fine day out in t...
 19.45PE: The lesser electric ray (Narcine bancroftii) maintains an incredibl...
 19.46PE: What charge is stored in a 180 µF capacitor when 120 V is applied t...
 19.47PE: Find the charge stored when 5.50 V is applied to an 8.00 pF capacitor.
 19.48PE: What charge is stored in the capacitor in Example 19.8?Example 19.8...
 19.49PE: Calculate the voltage applied to a 2.00 µF capacitor when it holds ...
 19.50PE: What voltage must be applied to an 8.00 nF capacitor to store 0.160...
 19.51PE: What capacitance is needed to store 3.00 µC of charge at a voltage ...
 19.52PE: What is the capacitance of a large Van de Graaff generator’s termin...
 19.53PE: Find the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor having plates of...
 19.54PE: (a)What is the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor having pla...
 19.55PE: Integrated ConceptsA prankster applies 450 V to an 80.0 µF capacito...
 19.56PE: Unreasonable Results(a) A certain parallel plate capacitor has plat...
 19.57PE: Find the total capacitance of the combination of capacitors in Figu...
 19.58PE: Suppose you want a capacitor bank with a total capacitance of 0.750...
 19.59PE: What total capacitances can you make by connecting a 5.00 µF and an...
 19.60PE: Find the total capacitance of the combination of capacitors shown i...
 19.61PE: Find the total capacitance of the combination of capacitors shown i...
 19.62PE: Unreasonable Results(a) An 8.00 µF capacitor is connected in parall...
 19.63PE: (a) What is the energy stored in the 10.0 ?F capacitor of a heart d...
 19.64PE: In open heart surgery, a much smaller amount of energy will defibri...
 19.65PE: A 165 µF capacitor is used in conjunction with a motor. How much en...
 19.66PE: Suppose you have a 9.00 V battery, a 2.00 ?F capacitor, and a 7.40 ...
 19.67PE: A nervous physicist worries that the two metal shelves of his wood ...
 19.68PE: Show that for a given dielectric material the maximum energy a para...
 19.69PE: Construct Your Own a heart defibrillator similar to that discussed ...
 19.70PE: Unreasonable Results(a) On a particular day, it takes 9.60×103 J of...
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