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Fg = Fc
Fg = 2.3g*9.8m/s^2*cos(28)=19.90N
19.90 = (8.99*10^9)*(4*10^-6)*(6*10^-6)/(r^2)
1/(r^2) = 92.23
r = 0.104m
However, it's not one of the option...
I am doing the Millikan Oil Drop experiment to determine the charge of a single electron. I have been following the lab manual provided by the manufacturer, https://hepweb.ucsd.edu/2dl/pasco/Millikans%20Oil%20Drop%20Manual%20(AP-8210).pdf.
The manual defines a simple method to calculate for...
Suppose we have two conductors ( can be of different shapes) and connect them to battery.
Why would equal amounts of charge appear on the two conductors?
One normally sees that the definition for conventional current as defined as the amount of positive charge that passes a point over unit time. However, why could we not define conventional current as the amount of positive unit charge that passes a point over unit time.
I added in unit there...
From a classical mechanics perspective I understand the force interactions leading to the phenomenon, but from a matter perspective, what is a "positive" or "negative ly" charged water stream?
Is this referring to the spontaneousH(+) + OH(- )formations?
I've no idea how to solve this problem. The sign of the charge is not mentioned, so I'm assuming the charge is "+". The charge exerts an outward electric field. Since two lengths of the right-angle triangle are given, I use the Pythagorean to find the hypotenuse, which is the distance between q...
There are two identical spheres with the same charge that are the vertices of an equilateral triangle. ##+3 \mu C## will exert an outward electric field, which is drawn in the FBD below (see the attached pic), Since the horizontal force components (1x and 2x) are equal and opposite at point P...
There are three charges with +1 μC and −1 μC, are placed at the opposite corners of a cube with edges of length 1 cm, and the distance from P to B is 1cm 2. I labeled them as A, P, and B, which is shown in the diagram below. Since we need to find the magnitude of the charge at point P and the...
As the observer is moving, there will be a magnetic force.
Electric Field of the Rod = λ/2πεr r̂
Electric Force on the Point Charge = qλ/2πεr r̂
Magnetic Force on the Point Charge = q(vxB) = qvB n̂ = qv(µI/2πr) n̂ = qv(µλv/2πr) n̂
= µqλv²/2πr n̂
Total Force = Electric Force + Magnetic Force
How does an electric field of a moving charge, for example a moving electron, inside a wire looks like? Does it looks like this with distorted circular radial lines?
Suppose the switch has been closed for a long time so that the capacitor is fully charged and current is constant.
a)Find the current in each resistor and charge Q of the capacitor.
b)The switch is now opened at t=0s. Write the equation for the current for the resistor of 15kΩ as a function of...
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unfortunately, I am not sure if I have calculated the task correctly
The electric field of a point charge looks like this ##\vec{E}(\vec{r})=\frac{Q}{4 \pi \epsilon_0}\frac{\vec{r}}{|\vec{r}|^3}## I have now simply divided the electric field into its components i.e. #E_x , E-y, E_z#...
Apparently, we need to integrate the functions from 0 to the time when it is fully charged. However, I integrated in terms of t so the soultion (according to a graph programme) should be around 236 Vs but I don’t see how this could help me.
I did some research online and found that "When certain elementary particles move through a magnetic field, they are deflected in a manner that suggests they have the properties of little magnets." To explain this phenomenon, physicists invented the concept of spin. So far so good.
What I...
Also referring to the post by @Kostik plus answers, I'm wondering about surface charges of neutral solids such as metals or carbon, for example.
I only want to discuss large scale effects so that the solid can be treated as continuous. The atomic structure is averaged out.
I also assume that...
First assuming only one sphere at a potential of 1500 V, the charge would be q = 4πεrV = 4π(8.85×10
−12C2/N · m)(0.150 m)(1500 V) = 2.50×10−8C.
The potential from the sphere at a distance of 10.0 m would be V =(1500V)(0.150m)/(10.0m) =22.5V.
I don't understand the reasoning of the...
Here's my attempt at a solution, but when I plug it in, it gives me a power ten error. I don't really understand what I'm doing wrong here. I think all my variables are in the correct units and it asks for my answer to be in μC/m2. Any help is much appreciated.
Okay so I am a little confused as to where I made a mistake. I couldn't figure out how to program Latex into this website but I attached a file with the work I did and an explanation of my thought process along the way.
For this part(b) of this problem,
The solution is
However, I tried solving (b) like this:
Since ##Q_{total} = 363 \times 10^{-6} C## then ##Q_1 = 181.5 \times 10^{-6} C ## since the equivalent upper capacitor is in series with the equivalent bottom capacitor so should store the same amount...
For this problem,
The solution is,
I have a few questions about parts of the solutions,
- Part(b):
(1) Why do they assume that the capacitors are initially uncharged? Do they even need to make that assumption because it seems clear to me that we are finding the charge stored by each...
Schrodinger’s original interpretation of the wavefunction was that it represented a smeared out charge density however this was replaced with Max Born’s probability interpretation. The issue was from what I understand that a charge density would repel and have self interactions as all the charge...
a) if I take a Gaussian cylindrical surface whose circular area are present in the meat of the two plates of the capacitor, then the electric flux through this Gaussian surface is zero ( as the electric field inside the meatof the capacitor is zero and between the capacitors, electric field is...
The charge of an isolated system is conserved.
This implies the charge of the universe is constant.
This implies that charge can neither be created nor destroyed.
This implies that the net positive charge and the net negative charge of the universe are conserved. Is this right?
For part a:
I know that linear charge density is the amount of charge per unit length, and we are given the volume charge density. Since we are given the volume, we can obtain the length by multiplying the volume by the cross sectional area, so C/m^3 * m^2 = C/m. The cross sectional area of a...
I am thinking of powder coating at home. I know the part to be coated is negatively charged because it is grounded. I assume the powder is positively charged by the gun. I wonder if there is a way to add more positive charge cheaply to an inexpensive gun like the one at harbor freight? I think...
For this problem,
The solution is,
However, why did they assume that the electric field produced by charge q is always pointing to the left at the origin?
Many thanks!
TL;DR Summary: Find the electric field of a long line charge at a radial distance where the potential is 24V higher than at a radial distance r_1=3m where E=4V/m. Answer: 29.5V/m.
Never mind: I retract this question. The integral apparently is supposed to diverge! I apologize for not reading...
I think I read somewhere that the trajectories of particles in the De Broglie–Bohm theory do not cross, is that true?
If true, then in the case of Rutherford scattering the trajectories below can't be those of the De Broglie-Bohm theory?
Thanks.
Doing so, we can consider the balloon to be a point charge (approximately). Can we do it in this case, when there are only electrons on its surface? Or is it stupid and we can't do it under any circumstances?
I know we're supposed to attempt a solution but I'm honestly super confused here. I think the second an third terms of the del equation can be cancelled out because there is only an E field in the r hat direction, so no e field in the theta and phi directions. That leaves us with ##\nabla \cdot...
If conservation of charge gets violated in future experiments, what would be the implications on relativity? I have some faint idea that this will cause photons to have non-zero rest mass, but does this affect special relativity at all? Also, does special relativity make conservation of charge...
Why do we have a charge in the denominator of equations for voltage and el. potential if both voltage and el. potential are not dependent on charge?
Is it just because that was the only way to derive the formula for voltage and then we realized we don't need q? U=W/q --> U=eqd/q.
I wonder how it is possible that a positive charge can exert el. field beyond negative charge?
Shouldn't they "connect" and therefore positive charge should stop to have el. field beyond neg. charge? I mean, I am obviously wrong about that, but can someone please explain why/how el. field from...
How and why can charge be evenly or uniformly distributed in a conductor? How can such near perfect configuration of charge be achieved? Is outside influence (or force) or any special scientific tools or instruments required to accomplish that? By definition, electrostatic equilibrium is...
How can we detect electrical effect of a static point charge at all?
I think of a point charge like a sea urchin. With field lines going outwards in all directions (for +ve). So the vector pointing at me directly should be canceled perfectly by the vector going away from me. And so each line...
Part (a) was simple, after applying
$$Q=\int_{\mathbb{R}^3}^{}\rho \, d^3\mathbf{r}$$
I found that the total charge of the configuration was zero.
Part (b) is where the difficulties arise for me. I applied
$$V(\mathbf{r})=\frac{1}{4\pi \epsilon _0}\int_{\Gamma }^{}\frac{\rho...
hello i would like to understand something, i found the right answer but there is still something i don't understand.
here is the figure
and here is my correct solution
what i don't understand is why F(3,Q) is 3kQ/r^2
i mean why is the 3? i only calculat the force between q3 and Q so why...
Wak a ball with a bat and the ball accelerates. Now under gravity, hold the ball out horizontally, let go and the ball accelerates ... without a wak. Given that gravity arises from curved space-time, I suggest further that the acceleration of the ball arises when sub-atomic particles (in the...
I've attached what I have so far. Used Gauss's law, everything seemed to make sense except the units don't work out in the end. The charge density function if given by: r(z)=az, where z is the perpendicular distance inside the plane.
I put the net charge density ##\rho_q = e\delta## so that ##\nabla \cdot \mathbf{E} = e\delta / \epsilon_0##, then I tried Maxwell IV:\begin{align*}
\dot{\mathbf{E}} + c^2 \mu_0 \mathbf{J} &= 0 \overset{\mathrm{div}}{\implies} e\dot{\delta} + \nabla \cdot \mathbf{J} = 0
\end{align*}but this...
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Some time ago, I bought a device that is supposed to eliminate static charge on my vinyl records (which aids to the overall sound quality).
I was sitting on the couch and having a deep thought, as me myself have no professional background in physics, I...
I do not mean neutral electrical charge, but a forth kind (if exists)
I am in 9th grade, and someone asked the teacher if there is an electrical charge that is not positive, not negative and not neutral, maybe something in the middle of them.
The teacher said that there is a charge like that...