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Electric Potential Electric forces are conservative. Work done by an electric force is W=-q o Ed U=-W
Electric Potential The convention in our text is that the work done on a system is has a negative sign. Unfortunately the college board help sheets use the opposite convention.
Figure 20-1 Change in Electric Potential Energy
Electric Potential Definition of Electric Potential V
Electric Potential When working with electric potential we measure only changes in electric potential. he zero point can be set arbitrarily.
Figure 20-2 Electric Field and Electric Potential
Electric Potential Electric field and the rate of change of electric potential.
Electric Potential Electric potential of point charges.
Electric potential Equipotentials are surfaces where the electric potential is the same.
Figure 20-6 Equipotentials for a Point Charge
Figure 20-7 Equipotential Surfaces for a Uniform Electrical Field
Figure 20-8 Equipotential Surfaces for Two Point Charges
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Electric fields around conductors Excess electric charges move to the surface of a conductor because that is where they are least affected by the internal charges of the material.
Figure Charge Distribution on a Conducting Sphere
Electric fields around conductors When electric charges are at rest, the electric field within a conductor is zero. This works even if the conductor has an internal cavity.
Figure Electric Field Near a Conducting Surface
Electric fields around conductors Electric field lines enter conductor surfaces at right angles.
Figure Shielding Works in Only One Direction
Figure Intense Electric Field Near a Sharp Point
Electric fields around conductors Electric field lines are more intense near a sharp point.
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Figure 19-22ab Charging by Induction
Figure 19-22cd Charging by Induction
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Figure A Parallel-Plate Capacitor
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Figure The Effect of a Dielectric on the Electric Field of a Capacitor
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