 22.1DQ: A rubber balloon has a single point charge in its interior. Does th...
 22.1E: A flat sheet of paper of area 0.250 m2 is oriented so that the norm...
 22.2DQ: Suppose that in Fig. 22.15 both charges were positive. What would b...
 22.2E: A flat sheet is in the shape of a rectangle with sides of lengths 0...
 22.3DQ: In Fig. 22.15, suppose a third point charge were placed outside the...
 22.3E: You measure an electric field of 1.25 X 106 N/C at a distance of 0....
 22.4DQ: A certain region of space bounded by an imaginary closed surface co...
 22.4E: It was shown in Example 21.11 (Section 21.5) that the electric fiel...
 22.5DQ: A spherical Gaussian surface encloses a point charge q. If the poin...
 22.5E: A hemispherical surface with radius r in a region of uniform electr...
 22.12DQ: A solid conductor has a cavity in its interior. Would the presence ...
 22.12E: Electric Fields in an Atom. The nuclei of large atoms, such as uran...
 22.13DQ.: Explain this statement: “In a static situation, the electric field ...
 22.13E: A point charge of +5.00 ?C is located on the xaxis at x = 4.00 m, ...
 22.14DQ: In a certain region of space, the electric field is uniform. (a) Us...
 22.14E: A solid metal sphere with radius 0.450 m carries a net charge of 0....
 22.15DQ: (a) In a certain region of space, the volume charge density ? has a...
 22.15E: Two very long uniform lines of charge are parallel and are separate...
 22.16E: ?Poblem 16ESome planetary scientists have suggested that the planet...
 22.20E: (a) At a distance of 0.200 cm from the center of a charged conducti...
 22.21E: A hollow, conducting sphere with an outer radius of 0.250 m and an ...
 22.22E: A point charge of –2.00 ?C is located in the center of a spherical ...
 22.23E: The electric field at a distance of 0.145 m from the surface of a ...
 22.24E: CP A very small object with mass 8.20 X 109 kg and positive charge...
 22.25E: CP At time t = 0 a proton is a distance of 0.360 m from a very larg...
 22.38P: A long line carrying a uniform linear charge density +50.0 µC/m run...
 22.39P: The Coaxial Cable. A long coaxial cable consists of an inner cylind...
 22.40P: A very long conducting tube (hollow cylinder) has inner radius a an...
 22.41P: Repeat Problem, but now let the conducting tube have charge per uni...
 22.6DQ: You find a sealed box on your doorstep. You suspect that the box co...
 22.42P: A very long, solid cylinder with radius R has positive charge unifo...
 22.6E: The cube in Fig. E22.6 has sides of length L = 10.0 cm. The electri...
 22.43P: CP A small sphere with mass 4.00 X 106 kg and charge 5.00 X 108 C...
 22.7E: BIO As discussed in Section 22.5, human nerve cells have a net nega...
 22.44P: A Sphere in a Sphere. A solid conducting sphere carrying charge q h...
 22.7DQ: A solid copper sphere has a net positive charge. The charge is dist...
 22.45P: A solid conducting sphere with radius R that carries positive charg...
 22.8DQ: If the electric field of a point charge were proportional to 1/r3 i...
 22.46P: A conducting spherical shell with inner radius a and outer radius b...
 22.8E: The three small spheres shown in Fig. E22.8 carry charges q1 = 4.00...
 22.50P: A solid conducting sphere with radius R carries a positive total ch...
 22.9DQ: In a conductor, one or more electrons from each atom are free to ro...
 22.51P: Negative charge Q is distributed uniformly over the surface of a t...
 22.9E: A charged paint is spread in a very thin uniform layer over the sur...
 22.52P: (a) How many excess electrons must be distributed uniformly within ...
 22.10DQ: You charge up the van de Graaff generator shown in Fig. 22.26, and ...
 22.53P: CALC An insulating hollow sphere has inner radius a and outer radiu...
 22.10E: A point charge q1 = 4.00 nC is located on the xaxis at x = 2.00 m,...
 22.54P: CP Thomson’s Model of the Atom. Early in the 20th century, a leadin...
 22.11DQ: A lightning rod is a rounded copper rod mounted on top of a buildin...
 22.55P: Thomson’s Model of the Atom, Continued. Using Thomson’s (outdated) ...
 22.11E: A 6.20µC point charge is at the center of a cube with sides of len...
 22.17E: How many excess electrons must be added to an isolated spherical co...
 22.18E: The electric field 0.400 m from a very long uniform line of charge ...
 22.19E: A very long uniform line of charge has charge per unit length 4.80 ...
 22.26E: CP An electron is released from rest at a distance of 0.300 m from ...
 22.27E: An insulating sphere of radius R = 0.160 m has uniform charge densi...
 22.28E: A conductor with an inner cavity, like that shown in Fig.
 22.29E: Apply Gauss’s law to the Gaussian surfaces and
 22.30E: A square insulating sheet 80.0 cm on a side is held horizontally. T...
 22.31E: An infinitely long cylindrical conductor has radius R and same as i...
 22.32E: Two very large, nonconducting plastic sheets, each 10.0 cm thick, c...
 22.33E: A negative charge –Q is placed inside the cavity of a hollow metal ...
 22.34P: A cube has sides of length L = 0.300 m. It is placed with one corne...
 22.35P: The electric field in Fig. P22.35 is everywhere parallel to the x ...
 22.36P: CALC In a region of space there is an electric field that is in the...
 22.37P: The electric field at one face of a parallelepiped is uniform over ...
 22.47P: Concentric Spherical Shells. A small conducting spherical shell wit...
 22.48P: Repeat 22.45, but now let the outer shell have charge 2q. The inne...
 22.49P: Repeal Problem, but now let the outer shell have charge ?4q. As in ...
 22.56P: A Uniformly Charged Slab. A slab of insulating material has thickne...
 22.57P: CALC A Nonuniformly Charged Slab. Repeat 22.54, but now let the cha...
 22.58P: CALC A nonuniform, but spherically symmetric, distribution of charg...
 22.59P: Gauss’s Law for Gravitation. The gravitational force between two po...
 22.60P: Applying Gauss’s Law for Gravitation. Using Gauss’s law for gravita...
 22.61P: (a) An insulating sphere with radius a has a uniform charge density...
 22.62P: A very long, solid insulating cylinder has radius R; bored along it...
 22.63P: Positive charge Q is distributed uniformly over each of two spheric...
 22.64P: Repeat Problem, but now let the lefthand sphere have positive char...
 22.65P: CALC A nonuniform, but spherically symmetric, distribution of charg...
 22.66CP: A region in space contains a total positive charge Q that is distri...
 22.67CP: CP CALC A region in space contains a total positive charge Q that i...
 22.22.1: A flat sheet of paper of area is oriented so that the normal to the...
 22.22.2: A flat sheet is in the shape of a rectangle with sides of lengths 0...
 22.22.3: You measure an electric field of at a distance of 0.150 m from a po...
 22.22.4: It was shown in Example 21.11 (Section 21.5) that the electric fiel...
 22.22.5: A hemispherical surface with radius in a region of uniform electric...
 22.22.6: The cube in Fig. E22.6 has sides of length The electric field is un...
 22.22.7: As discussed in Section 22.5, human nerve cells have a net negative...
 22.22.8: The three small spheres shown in Fig. E22.8 carry charges and Find ...
 22.22.9: A charged paint is spread in a very thin uniform layer over the sur...
 22.22.10: A point charge is located on the xaxis at and a second point charg...
 22.22.11: A point charge is at the center of a cube with sides of length 0.50...
 22.22.12: Electric Fields in an Atom. The nuclei of large atoms, such as uran...
 22.22.13: A point charge of is located on the xaxis at next to a spherical s...
 22.22.14: A solid metal sphere with radius 0.450 m carries a net charge of 0....
 22.22.15: Two very long uniform lines of charge are parallel and are separate...
 22.22.16: Some planetary scientists have suggested that the planet Mars has a...
 22.22.17: How many excess electrons must be added to an isolated spherical co...
 22.22.18: The electric field 0.400 m from a very long uniform line of charge ...
 22.22.19: A very long uniform line of charge has charge per unit length and l...
 22.22.20: (a) At a distance of 0.200 cm from the center of a charged conducti...
 22.22.21: A hollow, conducting sphere with an outer radius of 0.250 m and an ...
 22.22.22: A point charge of is located in the center of a spherical cavity of...
 22.22.23: The electric field at a distance of 0.145 m from the surface of a s...
 22.22.24: A very small object with mass and positive charge is projected dire...
 22.22.25: At time a proton is a distance of 0.360 m from a very large insulat...
 22.22.26: An electron is released from rest at a distance of 0.300 m from a l...
 22.22.27: CP CALC An insulating sphere of radius has uniform charge density ....
 22.22.28: A conductor with an inner cavity, like that shown in Fig. 22.23c, c...
 22.22.29: Apply Gausss law to the Gaussian surfaces and in Fig. 22.21b to cal...
 22.22.30: A square insulating sheet 80.0 cm on a side is held horizontally. T...
 22.22.31: An infinitely long cylindrical conductor has radius and uniform sur...
 22.22.32: Two very large, nonconducting plastic sheets, each 10.0 cm thick, c...
 22.22.33: A negative charge is placed inside the cavity of a hollow metal sol...
 22.22.34: A cube has sides of length It is placed with one corner at the orig...
 22.22.35: The electric field in Fig. P22.35 is everywhere parallel to the ax...
 22.22.36: CALC In a region of space there is an electric field that is in the...
 22.22.37: The electric field at one face of a parallelepiped is uniform over ...
 22.22.38: A long line carrying a uniform linear charge density runs parallel ...
 22.22.39: The Coaxial Cable. A long coaxial cable consists of an inner cylind...
 22.22.40: A very long conducting tube (hollow cylinder) has inner radius and ...
 22.22.41: Repeat 22.40, but now let the conducting tube have charge per unit ...
 22.22.42: A very long, solid cylinder with radius has positive charge uniform...
 22.22.43: CP A small sphere with a mass of and carrying a charge of hangs fro...
 22.22.44: A Sphere in a Sphere. A solid conducting sphere carrying charge has...
 22.22.45: A solid conducting sphere with radius that carries positive charge ...
 22.22.46: A conducting spherical shell with inner radius and outer radius has...
 22.22.47: Concentric Spherical Shells. A small conducting spherical shell wit...
 22.22.48: Repeat 22.47, but now let the outer shell have charge As in 22.47, ...
 22.22.49: Repeat 22.47, but now let the outer shell have charge As in 22.47, ...
 22.22.50: A solid conducting sphere with radius carries a positive total char...
 22.22.51: Negative charge is distributed uniformly over the surface of a thin...
 22.22.52: (a) How many excess electrons must be distributed uniformly within ...
 22.22.53: CALC An insulating hollow sphere has inner radius a and outer radiu...
 22.22.54: CP Thomsons Model of the Atom. In the early years of the 20th centu...
 22.22.55: Thomsons Model of the Atom, Continued. Using Thomsons (outdated) mo...
 22.22.56: A Uniformly Charged Slab. A slab of insulating material has thickne...
 22.22.57: A Nonuniformly Charged Slab. Repeat 22.56, but now let the charge d...
 22.22.58: CALC A nonuniform, but spherically symmetric, distribution of charg...
 22.22.59: CP CALC Gausss Law for Gravitation. The gravitational force between...
 22.22.60: CP Applying Gausss Law for Gravitation. Using Gausss law for gravit...
 22.22.61: (a) An insulating sphere with radius has a uniform charge density T...
 22.22.62: A very long, solid insulating cylinder with radius has a cylindrica...
 22.22.63: Positive charge is distributed uniformly over each of two spherical...
 22.22.64: Repeat 22.63, but now let the lefthand sphere have positive charge...
 22.22.65: charge has a charge density given as follows: where is a positive c...
 22.22.66: CP CALC A region in space contains a total positive charge that is ...
 22.22.67: CP CALC A region in space contains a total positive charge that is ...
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