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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
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)
Day 3: Electric Fields. Objectives Static Electricity Electric Field Properties 1 & 2 –Dimensional Electric Field Calculations of Point Charges.
19-1 Physics I Class 19 The Electric Field What Is a Field?
20-1 Physics I Class 20 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.
Refracted Images Lecture 25 Thursday: 15 April 2004.
Electrostatics “Electricity at rest” Electric Charges Fundamental positive charge – proton Fundamental negative charge – electron If an object gains.
Chapter 18 Summary Essential Concepts and Formulas.
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Electrostatic Force Coulomb’s Law. Charges Two charges of the same type repel one another ++ The two charges will experience a FORCE pushing them apart.
Electrical & Gravitational Force. Newton’s Universal Law of Gravitation Every object in the universe attracts every other object with a force that for.
20-1 Physics I Class 20 Electric Potential Work Integral in Multiple Dimensions (Review)
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.
Electrostatics. Electric force is given by the formula above. k=9.0*10 9 (N*m 2 /C 2 ) C is the unit for charge, the Coulomb(Coo-Lome) Like charges repel.
Electromagnetism Forces in nature: How does matter interact? Four Fundamental Forces: Long range: Gravity Mid Range: Electromagnetic Short Range: Strong.
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.
Think Harder…you can do it! Do the units of N/C equal V/m ? Prove this to be true or false !
Coulomb’s Law Physics 102 Professor Lee Carkner Lecture 10.
Coulomb’s Law Physics 12. Electroscope ► Draw a diagram showing the forces that exist on the leaves of the electroscope when it is placed close to the.
…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.
Coulomb’s Law Performing electric field calculations on charge distributions in an X-Y coordinate Plane.
Forces and Fields Lesson 4. Charles Coulomb Discovered the inverse square law which states that as you move charges apart the force between.
© John Parkinson 1 2 Electric Field "An electric field is a region in which charged particles experience a force" ELECTRIC FIELD +Q FORCE -Q FORCE Lines.
Chapter 16 Electric Charge and Electric Field. Objectives: The students will be able to: Explain the concept of electric field and determine the resultant.
TOC 1 Physics 212 and 222 Motion in a Magnetic Field Motion of Charges in Magnetic Fields Mass Spectrometer Velocity Selector.
The gravitational force between two masses, m1 & m2 is proportional to the product of the masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance.
Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. What do we know about gravity?
Moving Charges Around W5D3 Potential Calculations September 24, 2010.
Electric Fields Chapter What do you already know about charged particles? Like charges repel. Opposite charges attract. Electric charges exert a.
Electric Forces, Fields and Energy Ch. 17 & 18 Test.
Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Section 23.4: The Electric Field.
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.
Coulomb’s Law p. 538 in your book. Charged objects & electrical force Two electrically charged objects exert a force on each other. Opposite charges ATTRACT.
Electric Field You have learned that two charges will exert a force on each other even though they are not actually touching each other. This force is.
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.
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.
GIANCOLI- CHAPTER 16 Electric Forces and Fields. Electric Charge Electric charge is conserved Electric Charge is quantized One unit of charge : e=
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.
Current and Resistance Electric Charge and Coulomb`s law Lecture 20 Monday: 29 March 2004.
Gioko, A. (2007). Eds AHL Topic 9.3 Electric Field, potential and Energy.
Unit 1 Day 14: Electric Potential and the Electric Potential Difference Electric Potential Energy Work done by the Electrostatic Force on a charge The.
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.
Charles Allison © 2000 Chapter 21, Electric Charge, and electric Field.
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Electrostatics Review LCHS Dr.E. A positive test charge is placed between an electron, e, and a proton, p, as shown in the diagram below. When the test.
O Aim of the lecture Gauss’ Law: Flux More mathematical descriptions Generalised field distributions o Main learning outcomes familiarity with Electric.
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