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R3-1 Physics I Review 3 Review Notes Exam 3
R3-2 Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
R3-3 If Gravity Varies As 1/r 2, Where Does g = 9.8 m/s 2 Fit In?
R3-4 Class #17 Take-Away Concepts
R3-5 Coulomb’s Law of Electrostatic Force
R3-6 Direction of Electrostatic Force “Opposites Attract”
R3-7 Superposition of Electrostatic Forces
R3-8 How to Calculate a Unit Direction Vector
R3-9 Class #18 Take-Away Concepts
R3-10 The Idea of Electric Field
R3-11 The Electric Field of a Point Charge (as a Source)
R3-12 Calculating the Electric Field of a Charge at a Point (Example)
R3-13 Calculating the Electric Field of a Charge at a Point (Example)
R3-14 Class #19 Take-Away Concepts
R3-15 Electric Potential
R3-16 Calculating Electric Potential from Point Source Charges
R3-17 Equipotential Lines and Field Lines
R3-18 Equipotential Lines and Field Lines
R3-19 Calculating Electric Field from Electric Potential
R3-20 Calculating Change in K.E. from Electric Potential
R3-21 Class #20 Take-Away Concepts
R3-22 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Net Electric Field = 0?”
R3-23 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Net Electric Field = 0?”
R3-24 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Net Electric Field = 0?”
R3-25 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Electric Potential = 0?”
R3-26 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Electric Potential = 0?”
R3-27 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Electric Potential = 0?”
R3-28 Class #21 Take-Away Concepts
R3-29 Magnetic Field Lines
R3-30 Class #22 Take-Away Concepts
R3-31 Magnetic Force on a Moving Charge
R3-32 Analysis of the Magnetic Force
R3-33 The Radius of the Circle
R3-34 Class #23 Take-Away Concepts
R3-35 Apparatus for Measuring e/m
R3-36 Analysis of Electron Acceleration
R3-37 Derivation of e/m Formula
R3-38 Mass Spectrometer Diagram
R3-39 Class #24 Take-Away Concepts
R3-40 Relationship of Energy and Electric Potential Changes
Electric Potential Energy
Electric Forces and Fields
Chapter 21 Electric Charge and Electric Field. Charles Allison © 2000 Question An particle with a charge +2e and a mass of 4m p is on a collision course.
Voltage in Electrical Systems
…and all the pretty variations… F = k q 1 q 2 r2r2 E = k q 1 r2r2 U = k q 1 q 2 r V = k q 1 r.
Physics 2113 Lecture 09r: MON 15 SEP FIRST MIDTERM REVIEW Physics 2113 Jonathan Dowling.
Electric Force Chapter Coulomb’s Law Coulomb’s Constant The proportionality constant k in Coulomb’s law is similar to G in Newton’s law of gravitation.
Forces are contact forces or field forces. When two bodies are in contact with each other, contact forces can result e.g. friction, twisting, pulling.
TOC 1 Physics 212 Electric Force Dependence on Amount of Charge Dependence on Distance Magnitude of the Coulomb Force Direction of the Coulomb Force Coulomb.
Reading Quiz The voltage (or electric potential) of a battery determines how much work the battery can do on an electric charge. how much net electric.
Electric Fields The Electric Field Electric Fields Lines Field due to a Point Charge Field due to an Electric Dipole Field due to a Line of Charge Field.
19-1 Physics I Class 19 The Electric Field What Is a Field?
24-1 Physics I Class 24 e/m Ratio for the Electron.
21-1 Physics I Class 21 Thinking About Electric Fields and Electric Potential.
20-1 Physics I Class 20 The Electric Field What Is a Field?
19-1 Physics I Class 19 Coulomb’s Law Forces Known to Physics (Review)
22-1 Physics I Class 22 Electric Potential Work Integral in Multiple Dimensions (Review)
Coulomb’s Law Physics 102 Professor Lee Carkner Lecture 10.
Charge Coulomb’s Law 1 TOC Dependence on Amount of Charge Dependence on Distance Magnitude of the Coulomb Force Direction of the Coulomb Force Coulomb.
Current and Resistance Electric Charge and Coulomb`s law Lecture 20 Monday: 29 March 2004.
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