Survey

Document related concepts

Electrical resistivity and conductivity wikipedia, lookup

Introduction to gauge theory wikipedia, lookup

Electrostatics wikipedia, lookup

Electric charge wikipedia, lookup

Lorentz force wikipedia, lookup

Aharonov–Bohm effect wikipedia, lookup

Field (physics) wikipedia, lookup

Maxwell's equations wikipedia, lookup

Transcript

Homework The Electric Field Make sure to read pg. 453-459 1. Electric f______________________________ act over distances meaning there is a force between two objects even if they are ___________________________________. 2. “fields” were developed by __________________________________________ 3. An ________________________________________ goes out from every _____________________ 4. If a second charge is placed near a first charge, it feels a ___________________________ exerted by the _______________________________________. 5. A _____________________________________ can be used to investigate an electric field 6. A n electric field ____________ is defined as the force exerted on a _______________________ test charge placed at a ________________________________ divided by the ______________________________________________ of the test charge 7. __________________________________________ where is the magnitude of the test charge and is given an SI unit of _____________________________________________. 8. E describes the ___________________________________________________________creating the electric field and not just the charge itself 9. For a single point charge e can also be written as: ___________________________ 10. Using k = ¼ e0 then E = ___________________________________ 11. Write notes from Electric fields and conductor here: 12. Look at example 16-6 The photocopy machine, Break down the approach so that you can identify each of the givens in the problem to the equation E = F/q: 13. In Example 16-7, Use the equation E = k Q/r2 to solve the problem below, try solving first then check with the book: 14. Example 16-8, before looking at the solution, draw out the vectors of E1 and E2, then check with the book. Write below how you would go about solving for acceleration. How does this compare to the book. In other words, analyze your thinking: 15. Write the problem solving techniques from pg 156 in your own words here: 16. Use these to solve Example 16-10 here (don’t just copy try and work it through: 17. Now read about Electric fields and Conductors on pg. 459, Read conceptual Example 16-11and write an explanation in your own words here 18. Now try the following problems from pg. 469 and 470: # 21, 28, 32 and 36a (do not do b). Show all diagrams, givens and units.