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width L thickness t area A q = - e electrons are the charge carriers in copper
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Induced dipole moment – helium atom -e +2e Zero electric field – helium atom symmetric zero dipole moment -e +2e -e A B effectively charge +2e at A and -2e at B dipole moment p = 2 e d
Induced dipole moment – sulfur atom -8e +16e Zero electric field – helium atom symmetric zero dipole moment -8e +16e -8e A B effectively charge +16e at A and -16e at B dipole moment p = 16 e d
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non-conducting liquid air conducting sphere q a Gaussian surface S r Symmetry field lines must be radial
non-conducting liquid air conducting sphere q Symmetry E airt = E liquidt E air = E liquid = E E airt E liquidt
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+ - induced dipoles due to shift in electron cloud rotation orientation of polar molecules - + shift in atoms due to ionic nature of bond
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B-field lines – form continuous loops Gauss’s Law for magnetism Cylindrical Gaussian surface
Bound surface currents (right hand screw rule) N pole
un-magnetized piece of iron N Bar magnet bought near un-magnetized piece of iron N N Bar magnet will attract the iron that was initially un-magnetized north pole attracts south pole
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q free on inner surface - q free on inner surface Interior points electric field must be zero - q bound + q bound Symmetry –
B Fe H Fe B gap H gap B air H air i coil windings gap region iron core.
Q free on inner surface - Q free on inner surface Interior points electric field must be zero - q bound + q bound Symmetry –
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