 17.1COQ: When two positively charged small spheres are pushed toward each ot...
 17.1MCQ: A charge is in an electric field. What happens if that charge is re...
 17.1P: (I) How much work does the electric field do in moving a 7.7 µC ch...
 17.1Q: If two points are at the same potential, does this mean that no net...
 17.1SL: Make a list of rules for and properties of equipotential surfaces o...
 17.2MCQ: Two identical positive charges are placed near each other. At the p...
 17.2P: (I) How much work does the electric field do in moving a proton fro...
 17.2Q: If a negative charge is initially at rest in an electric field, wil...
 17.2SL: Figure 17–8 shows contour lines (elevations). Just for fun, assume ...
 17.3MCQ: Four identical point charges are arranged at the corners of a squar...
 17.3P: (I) What potential difference is needed to stop an electron that ha...
 17.3Q: State clearly the difference (a) between electric potential and ele...
 17.3SL: In lightning storms, the potential difference between the Earth and...
 17.4MCQ: Which of the following statements is valid?(a) If the potential at ...
 17.4P: (I) How much kinetic energy will an electron gain (in joules and eV...
 17.4Q: An electron is accelerated from rest by a potential difference of 0...
 17.5MCQ: If it takes an amount of work W to move two +q point charges from i...
 17.5P: (I) An electron acquires 6.45 X 1016 of kinetic energy when it is ...
 17.4SL: The potential energy stored in a capacitor (Section 17–9) can be wr...
 17.5Q: Is there a point along the line joining two equal positive charges ...
 17.5SL: Suppose it takes 75 kW of power for your car to travel at a constan...
 17.6MCQ: A proton (Q =+e) and an electron (Q =e) are in a constant electric...
 17.6P: (I) How strong is the electric field between two parallel plates 6....
 17.6Q: Can a particle ever move from a region of low electric potential to...
 17.6SL: Capacitors can be used as “electric charge counters.” Consider an i...
 17.7MCQ: When the proton and electron in MisConceptual Question 6 strike the...
 17.7P: (I) An electric field of 525 V/m is desired between two parallel pl...
 17.7Q: If V = 0 at a point in space, must ? If at some point, must V = 0 a...
 17.8MCQ: Which of the following do not affect capacitance?(a) Area of the pl...
 17.8P: (I) The electric field between two parallel plates connected to a 4...
 17.8Q: Can two equipotential lines cross? Explain.
 17.9MCQ: A battery establishes a voltage V on a parallelplate capacitor. Af...
 17.9P: (I) What potential difference is needed to give a helium Nucleus (Q...
 17.9Q: Draw in a few equipotential lines in Fig. 16–32b and c.
 17.10MCQ: Which of the following is a vector?(a) Electric potential.(b) Elect...
 17.10P: (II) Two parallel plates, connected to a 45V power supply, are sep...
 17.10Q: When a battery is connected to a capacitor, why do the two plates a...
 17.11MCQ: A charge is in an electric field. What happens if that charge is re...
 17.11P: (II) The work done by an external force to move a 6.50 µC charge f...
 17.11Q: A conducting sphere carries a charge Q and a second identical condu...
 17.12P: (II) What is the speed of an electron with kinetic energy (a) 850 e...
 17.12Q: The parallel plates of an isolated capacitor carry opposite charges...
 17.13P: (II) What is the speed of a proton whose key is 4.2 keV?
 17.13Q: If the electric field is uniform in a region, what can you infer ab...
 17.14P: (II) An alpha particle (which is a helium nucleus, Q =+2e, m = 6.64...
 17.14Q: Is the electric potential energy of two isolated unlike charges pos...
 17.15P: (II) An electric field greater than about 3X106 V/M causes air to b...
 17.15Q: If the voltage across a fixed capacitor is doubled, the amount of e...
 17.16P: (II) An electron starting from rest acquires 4.8 ke V of KE in movi...
 17.16Q: How does the energy stored in a capacitor change when a dielectric ...
 17.17EA: Instead of the electron in Example 17–2, suppose a proton was accel...
 17.17EB: What is the kinetic energy of a ion released from rest and accelera...
 17.17EC: What work is required to bring a charge originally a distance of 1....
 17.17ED: Return to the ChapterOpening Question, page 473, and answer it aga...
 17.17EE: Graphs for charge versus voltage are shown in Fig. 17–15 for three ...
 17.17EF: If the dielectric in Example 17–9 fills the space between the plate...
 17.17EG: A capacitor stores 0.50 J of energy at 9.0 V. What is its capacitance?
 17.17P: (II) Draw a conductor in the oblong shape of a football. This condu...
 17.17Q: A dielectric is pulled out from between the plates of a capacitor w...
 17.18P: (I) What is the electric potential 15.0 cm from a 3.00 µC point cha...
 17.18Q: We have seen that the capacitance C depends on the size and positio...
 17.19P: (I) A point charge Q creates an electric potential of +165 V at a d...
 17.20P: (II) A + 35 µC point charge is placed 46 cm from an identical + 35 ...
 17.21P: (II) (a) What is the electric potential 2.5 X 1015 m away from a p...
 17.22P: (II) Three point charges are arranged at the corners of a square of...
 17.23P: (II) An electron starts from rest 24.5 cm from a fixed point charge...
 17.24P: (II) Two identical +9.5 µC point charges are initially 5.3 cm from ...
 17.25P: (II) Two point charges, 3.0 µC and 2.0 µC, are placed 4.0 cm apart...
 17.26P: (II) How much work must be done to bring three electrons from a gre...
 17.27P: (II) Point a is 62 cm north of a 3.8 µC point charge, and point b ...
 17.28P: (II) Many chemical reactions release energy. Suppose that at the be...
 17.29P: (III) How much voltage must be used to accelerate a proton (radius ...
 17.30P: (III) Two equal but opposite charges are separated by a distance d,...
 17.31P: (III) In the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom, an electron orbits a ...
 17.32P: (I) An electron and a proton are 0.53 X 1010 m apart. What is thei...
 17.33P: (II) Calculate the electric potential due to a dipole whose dipole ...
 17.34P: (III) The dipole moment, considered as a vector, points from the ne...
 17.35P: (I) The two plates of a capacitor hold +2500 µC and 2500 µC of cha...
 17.36P: (I) An 8500pF capacitor holds plus and minus charges of 16.5 X 10–...
 17.37P: (I) How much charge flows from each terminal of a 12.0V battery wh...
 17.38P: (I) A 0.20F capacitor is desired. What area must the plates have i...
 17.39P: (II) The charge on a capacitor increases by 15 µC when the voltage ...
 17.40P: (II) An electric field of 8.50 X 105 V/m is desired between two par...
 17.41P: (II) If a capacitor has opposite 4.2 µC charges on the plates, and ...
 17.42P: (II) It takes 18 J of energy to move a 0.30mC charge from one plat...
 17.43P: (II) To get an idea how big a farad is, suppose you want to make a ...
 17.44P: II) How strong is the electric field between the plates of a 0.80 ...
 17.45P: (III) A 2.50 µ F capacitor is charged to 746 V and a capacitor is c...
 17.46P: (III) A 7.7µF capacitor is charged by a 165V battery (Fig. 17–43a...
 17.47P: (I) What is the capacitance of two square parallel plates 6.6 cm on...
 17.48P: (I) What is the capacitance of a pair of circular plates with a rad...
 17.49P: (II) An uncharged capacitor is connected to a 21.0V battery until ...
 17.50P: (II) A 3500pF airgap capacitor is connected to a 32V battery. If...
 17.51P: (II) The electric field between the plates of a paperseparated (K ...
 17.52P: (I) 650 V is applied to a 2800pF capacitor. How much energy is sto...
 17.53P: (I) A cardiac defibrillator is used to shock a heart that is beatin...
 17.55P: (II) A homemade capacitor is assembled by placing two 9in. pie pan...
 17.54P: (II) How much energy is stored by the electric field between two sq...
 17.56P: (II) A parallelplate capacitor has fixed charges +Q and –Q. The se...
 17.57P: (II) There is an electric field near the Earth’s surface whose magn...
 17.58P: (III) A 3.70µF capacitor is charged by a 12.0V battery. It is dis...
 17.59P: (I) Write the decimal number 116 in binary.
 17.60P: (I) Write the binary number 01010101 as a decimal number.
 17.61P: (I) Write the binary number 1010101010101010 as a decimal number.
 17.62P: (II) Consider a rather coarse 4bit analogtodigital conversion wh...
 17.63P: (II) (a) 16bit sampling provides how many different possible volta...
 17.64P: (II) A few extraterrestrials arrived. They had two hands, but claim...
 17.65P: (II) Figure 17–44 is a photograph of a computer screen shot by a ca...
 17.66P: (III) In a given CRT, electrons are accelerated horizontally by 9.0...
 17.67P: (III) Electrons are accelerated by 6.0 kV in a CRT. The screen is 3...
 17.68GP: A lightning flash transfers 4.0 C of charge and 5.2 MJ of energy to...
 17.69GP: In an older television tube, electrons are accelerated by thousands...
 17.70GP: How does the energy stored in a capacitor change, as the capacitor ...
 17.71GP: How does the energy stored in an isolated capacitor change if (a) t...
 17.72GP: A huge 4.0F capacitor has enough stored energy to heat 2.8 kg of w...
 17.73GP: A proton (q=+e) and an alpha particle (q=+2e) are accelerated by th...
 17.74GP: Dry air will break down if the electric field exceeds 3.0*106 V/m. ...
 17.75GP: Three charges are at the corners of an equilateral triangle (side l...
 17.76GP: It takes 15.2 J of energy to move a 13.0mC charge from one plate o...
 17.77GP: A charge are placed 2.5 cm apart. At what points along the line joi...
 17.78GP: Near the surface of the Earth there is an electric field of about 1...
 17.79GP: The power supply for a pulsed nitrogen laser has a capacitor with a...
 17.80GP: In a photocell, ultraviolet (UV) light provides enough energy to so...
 17.81GP: A point charge is placed 36 cm from an identical charge. charge is ...
 17.82GP: Paper has a dielectric constant K=3.7 and a dielectric strength of ...
 17.83GP: A capacitor is made from two 1.1cmdiameter coins separated by a 0...
 17.84GP: A charge is 23 cm to the right of a charge. At the midpoint between...
 17.85GP: A parallelplate capacitor with plate area and air gap separation 0...
 17.86GP: A capacitor is fully charged by a 6.0V battery. The battery is the...
 17.87GP: Two point charges are fixed 4.0 cm apart from each other. Their cha...
 17.88GP: Two charges are placed as shown in Fig. 17–49 with . and Find the p...
 17.89GP: If the electrons in a single raindrop, 3.5 mm in diameter, could be...
 17.90GP: Thunderclouds may develop a voltage difference of about 5*107 V. Gi...
 17.91GP: A manufacturer claims that a carpet will not generate more than 6.0...
 17.92GP: Compact “ultra capacitors” with capacitance values up to several th...
 17.93GP: An electron is accelerated horizontally from rest by a potential di...
 17.94GP: In the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) of a computer, each memo...
 17.95GP: In the DRAM computer chip of 94, suppose the two parallel plates of...
 17.96GP: A parallelplate capacitor with plate area A=2.0 m2 and plate separ...
 17.1: How much work does the electric field do in moving a charge from gr...
 17.17.1: How much work does the electric field do in moving a charge from gr...
 17.2: How much work does the electric field do in moving a proton from a ...
 17.17.2: How much work does the electric field do in moving a proton from a ...
 17.3: What potential difference is needed to stop an electron that has an...
 17.17.3: What potential difference is needed to stop an electron that has an...
 17.4: How much kinetic energy will an electron gain (in joules and eV) if...
 17.17.4: How much kinetic energy will an electron gain (in joules and eV) if...
 17.5: An electron acquires of kinetic energy when it is accelerated by an...
 17.17.5: An electron acquires of kinetic energy when it is accelerated by an...
 17.6: How strong is the electric field between two parallel plates 6.8 mm...
 17.17.6: How strong is the electric field between two parallel plates 6.8 mm...
 17.7: An electric field of 525 is desired between two parallel plates 11....
 17.17.7: An electric field of 525 is desired between two parallel plates 11....
 17.8: The electric field between two parallel plates connected to a 45V ...
 17.17.8: The electric field between two parallel plates connected to a 45V ...
 17.9: What potential difference is needed to give a helium nucleus 85.0 k...
 17.17.9: What potential difference is needed to give a helium nucleus 85.0 k...
 17.10: Two parallel plates, connected to a 45V power supply, are separate...
 17.17.10: Two parallel plates, connected to a 45V power supply, are separate...
 17.11: The work done by an external force to move a charge from point A to...
 17.17.11: The work done by an external force to move a charge from point A to...
 17.12: What is the speed of an electron with kinetic energy (a) 850 eV, an...
 17.17.12: What is the speed of an electron with kinetic energy (a) 850 eV, an...
 17.13: What is the speed of a proton whose ke is 4.2 keV?
 17.17.13: What is the speed of a proton whose ke is 4.2 keV?
 17.14: An alpha particle (which is a helium nucleus, ) is emitted in a rad...
 17.17.14: An alpha particle (which is a helium nucleus, ) is emitted in a rad...
 17.15: An electric field greater than about causes air to break down (elec...
 17.17.15: An electric field greater than about causes air to break down (elec...
 17.16: An electron starting from rest acquires 4.8 keV of KE in moving fro...
 17.17.16: An electron starting from rest acquires 4.8 keV of KE in moving fro...
 17.17: Draw a conductor in the oblong shape of a football. This conductor ...
 17.17.17: Draw a conductor in the oblong shape of a football. This conductor ...
 17.18: What is the electric potential 15.0 cm from a point charge?
 17.17.18: What is the electric potential 15.0 cm from a point charge?
 17.19: A point charge Q creates an electric potential of at a distance of ...
 17.17.19: A point charge Q creates an electric potential of at a distance of ...
 17.20: A point charge is placed 46 cm from an identical charge. How much w...
 17.17.20: A point charge is placed 46 cm from an identical charge. How much w...
 17.17.21: (a) What is the electric potential away from a proton (b) What is t...
 17.21: (a) What is the electric potential away from a proton (b) What is t...
 17.17.22: Three point charges are arranged at the corners of a square of side...
 17.22: Three point charges are arranged at the corners of a square of side...
 17.17.23: An electron starts from rest 24.5 cm from a fixed point charge with...
 17.23: An electron starts from rest 24.5 cm from a fixed point charge with...
 17.17.24: Two identical point charges are initially 5.3 cm from each other. I...
 17.24: Two identical point charges are initially 5.3 cm from each other. I...
 17.17.25: Two point charges, and are placed 4.0 cm apart on the x axis. At wh...
 17.25: Two point charges, and are placed 4.0 cm apart on the x axis. At wh...
 17.17.26: How much work must be done to bring three electrons from a great di...
 17.26: How much work must be done to bring three electrons from a great di...
 17.17.27: Point a is 62 cm north of a point charge, and point b is 88 cm west...
 17.27: Point a is 62 cm north of a point charge, and point b is 88 cm west...
 17.17.28: Many chemical reactions release energy. Suppose that at the beginni...
 17.28: Many chemical reactions release energy. Suppose that at the beginni...
 17.17.29: How much voltage must be used to accelerate a proton (radius ) so t...
 17.29: How much voltage must be used to accelerate a proton (radius ) so t...
 17.17.30: Two equal but opposite charges are separated by a distance d, as sh...
 17.30: Two equal but opposite charges are separated by a distance d, as sh...
 17.17.31: In the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom, an electron orbits a proton...
 17.31: In the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom, an electron orbits a proton...
 17.17.32: An electron and a proton are apart. What is their dipole moment if ...
 17.32: An electron and a proton are apart. What is their dipole moment if ...
 17.17.33: Calculate the electric potential due to a dipole whose dipole momen...
 17.33: Calculate the electric potential due to a dipole whose dipole momen...
 17.17.34: The dipole moment, considered as a vector, points from the negative...
 17.34: The dipole moment, considered as a vector, points from the negative...
 17.17.35: The two plates of a capacitor hold and of charge, respectively, whe...
 17.35: The two plates of a capacitor hold and of charge, respectively, whe...
 17.17.36: An 8500pF capacitor holds plus and minus charges of 16.5 * 10 What...
 17.36: An 8500pF capacitor holds plus and minus charges of 16.5 * 10 What...
 17.17.37: How much charge flows from each terminal of a 12.0V battery when i...
 17.37: How much charge flows from each terminal of a 12.0V battery when i...
 17.17.38: A 0.20F capacitor is desired. What area must the plates have if th...
 17.38: A 0.20F capacitor is desired. What area must the plates have if th...
 17.17.39: The charge on a capacitor increases by when the voltage across it i...
 17.39: The charge on a capacitor increases by when the voltage across it i...
 17.40: An electric field of is desired between two parallel plates, each o...
 17.17.40: An electric field of is desired between two parallel plates, each o...
 17.41: If a capacitor has opposite charges on the plates, and an electric ...
 17.17.41: If a capacitor has opposite charges on the plates, and an electric ...
 17.42: It takes 18 J of energy to move a 0.30mC charge from one plate of ...
 17.17.42: It takes 18 J of energy to move a 0.30mC charge from one plate of ...
 17.43: To get an idea how big a farad is, suppose you want to make a 1F a...
 17.17.43: To get an idea how big a farad is, suppose you want to make a 1F a...
 17.44: How strong is the electric field between the plates of a airgap ca...
 17.17.44: How strong is the electric field between the plates of a airgap ca...
 17.45: A capacitor is charged to 746 V and a capacitor is charged to 562 V...
 17.17.45: A capacitor is charged to 746 V and a capacitor is charged to 562 V...
 17.17.46: A capacitor is charged by a 165V battery (Fig. 1743a) and then is ...
 17.46: A capacitor is charged by a 165V battery (Fig. 1743a) and then is ...
 17.17.47: What is the capacitance of two square parallel plates 6.6 cm on a s...
 17.47: What is the capacitance of two square parallel plates 6.6 cm on a s...
 17.17.48: What is the capacitance of a pair of circular plates with a radius ...
 17.48: What is the capacitance of a pair of circular plates with a radius ...
 17.17.49: An uncharged capacitor is connected to a 21.0V battery until it is...
 17.49: An uncharged capacitor is connected to a 21.0V battery until it is...
 17.17.50: A 3500pF airgap capacitor is connected to a 32V battery. If a pi...
 17.50: A 3500pF airgap capacitor is connected to a 32V battery. If a pi...
 17.17.51: The electric field between the plates of a paperseparated capacito...
 17.51: The electric field between the plates of a paperseparated capacito...
 17.17.52: 650 V is applied to a 2800pF capacitor. How much energy is stored?
 17.52: 650 V is applied to a 2800pF capacitor. How much energy is stored?
 17.17.53: A cardiac defibrillator is used to shock a heart that is beating er...
 17.53: A cardiac defibrillator is used to shock a heart that is beating er...
 17.17.54: How much energy is stored by the electric field between two square ...
 17.54: How much energy is stored by the electric field between two square ...
 17.17.55: A homemade capacitor is assembled by placing two 9in. pie pans 4 c...
 17.55: A homemade capacitor is assembled by placing two 9in. pie pans 4 c...
 17.17.56: A parallelplate capacitor has fixed charges and The separation of ...
 17.56: A parallelplate capacitor has fixed charges and The separation of ...
 17.17.57: There is an electric field near the Earths surface whose magnitude ...
 17.57: There is an electric field near the Earths surface whose magnitude ...
 17.17.58: A capacitor is charged by a 12.0V battery. It is disconnected from...
 17.58: A capacitor is charged by a 12.0V battery. It is disconnected from...
 17.17.59: Write the decimal number 116 in binary
 17.59: Write the decimal number 116 in binary
 17.17.60: Write the binary number 01010101 as a decimal number.
 17.60: Write the binary number 01010101 as a decimal number.
 17.17.61: Write the binary number 1010101010101010 as a decimal number.
 17.61: Write the binary number 1010101010101010 as a decimal number.
 17.17.62: Consider a rather coarse 4bit analogtodigital conversion where t...
 17.62: Consider a rather coarse 4bit analogtodigital conversion where t...
 17.17.63: (a) 16bit sampling provides how many different possible voltages? ...
 17.63: (a) 16bit sampling provides how many different possible voltages? ...
 17.17.64: A few extraterrestrials arrived. They had two hands, but claimed th...
 17.64: A few extraterrestrials arrived. They had two hands, but claimed th...
 17.17.65: Figure 1744 is a photograph of a computer screen shot by a camera s...
 17.65: Figure 1744 is a photograph of a computer screen shot by a camera s...
 17.17.66: In a given CRT, electrons are accelerated horizontally by 9.0 kV. T...
 17.66: In a given CRT, electrons are accelerated horizontally by 9.0 kV. T...
 17.17.67: Electrons are accelerated by 6.0 kV in a CRT. The screen is 30 cm w...
 17.67: Electrons are accelerated by 6.0 kV in a CRT. The screen is 30 cm w...
 17.17.68: A lightning flash transfers 4.0 C of charge and 5.2 MJ of energy to...
 17.68: A lightning flash transfers 4.0 C of charge and 5.2 MJ of energy to...
 17.17.69: In an older television tube, electrons are accelerated by thousands...
 17.69: In an older television tube, electrons are accelerated by thousands...
 17.17.70: How does the energy stored in a capacitor change, as the capacitor ...
 17.70: How does the energy stored in a capacitor change, as the capacitor ...
 17.17.71: How does the energy stored in an isolated capacitor change if (a) t...
 17.71: How does the energy stored in an isolated capacitor change if (a) t...
 17.17.72: A huge 4.0F capacitor has enough stored energy to heat 2.8 kg of w...
 17.72: A huge 4.0F capacitor has enough stored energy to heat 2.8 kg of w...
 17.17.73: A proton and an alpha particle are accelerated by the same voltage ...
 17.73: A proton and an alpha particle are accelerated by the same voltage ...
 17.17.74: Dry air will break down if the electric field exceeds What amount o...
 17.74: Dry air will break down if the electric field exceeds What amount o...
 17.17.75: Three charges are at the corners of an equilateral triangle (side )...
 17.75: Three charges are at the corners of an equilateral triangle (side )...
 17.17.76: It takes 15.2 J of energy to move a 13.0mC charge from one plate o...
 17.76: It takes 15.2 J of energy to move a 13.0mC charge from one plate o...
 17.17.77: A and a charge are placed 2.5 cm apart. At what points along the li...
 17.77: A and a charge are placed 2.5 cm apart. At what points along the li...
 17.17.78: Near the surface of the Earth there is an electric field of about 1...
 17.78: Near the surface of the Earth there is an electric field of about 1...
 17.17.79: The power supply for a pulsed nitrogen laser has a capacitor with a...
 17.79: The power supply for a pulsed nitrogen laser has a capacitor with a...
 17.17.80: In a photocell, ultraviolet (UV) light provides enough energy to so...
 17.80: In a photocell, ultraviolet (UV) light provides enough energy to so...
 17.17.81: A point charge is placed 36 cm from an identical charge. A charge i...
 17.81: A point charge is placed 36 cm from an identical charge. A charge i...
 17.17.82: Paper has a dielectric constant and a dielectric strength of Suppos...
 17.82: Paper has a dielectric constant and a dielectric strength of Suppos...
 17.17.83: . A capacitor is made from two 1.1cmdiameter coins separated by a...
 17.83: . A capacitor is made from two 1.1cmdiameter coins separated by a...
 17.17.84: A charge is 23 cm to the right of a charge. At the midpoint between...
 17.84: A charge is 23 cm to the right of a charge. At the midpoint between...
 17.17.85: A parallelplate capacitor with plate area and airgap separation 0....
 17.85: A parallelplate capacitor with plate area and airgap separation 0....
 17.17.86: A capacitor is fully charged by a 6.0V battery. The battery is the...
 17.86: A capacitor is fully charged by a 6.0V battery. The battery is the...
 17.17.87: Two point charges are fixed 4.0 cm apart from each other. Their cha...
 17.87: Two point charges are fixed 4.0 cm apart from each other. Their cha...
 17.17.88: Two charges are placed as shown in Fig. 1749 with and Find the pote...
 17.88: Two charges are placed as shown in Fig. 1749 with and Find the pote...
 17.17.89: If the electrons in a single raindrop, 3.5 mm in diameter, could be...
 17.89: If the electrons in a single raindrop, 3.5 mm in diameter, could be...
 17.17.90: Thunderclouds may develop a voltage difference of about Given that ...
 17.90: Thunderclouds may develop a voltage difference of about Given that ...
 17.17.91: A manufacturer claims that a carpet will not generate more than 6.0...
 17.91: A manufacturer claims that a carpet will not generate more than 6.0...
 17.17.92: Compact ultracapacitors with capacitance values up to several thous...
 17.92: Compact ultracapacitors with capacitance values up to several thous...
 17.17.93: An electron is accelerated horizontally from rest by a potential di...
 17.93: An electron is accelerated horizontally from rest by a potential di...
 17.17.94: In the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) of a computer, each memo...
 17.94: In the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) of a computer, each memo...
 17.95: In the DRAM computer chip of 94, suppose the two parallel plates of...
 17.17.95: In the DRAM computer chip of 94, suppose the two parallel plates of...
 17.96: A parallelplate capacitor with plate area and plate separation is ...
 17.17.96: A parallelplate capacitor with plate area and plate separation is ...
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