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  1. Tryhard314

    I Parallel plates potential

    Summary:: if Plate A had a potential of 9V, This means as We approach a unit charge from +Infinity to A we have to do this precise amount of work Now we remove plate A, And replace it with plate B that has a potential of -9V Again that means to go from +Infinity To B we actually gain energy, or...
  2. Alettix

    Capacitor filled with two conducting materials

    Homework Statement a) State the boundary conditions for the electric field strength E and electric flux density D at a planar interface separating two media with dielectric constants ε1 and ε2. b) A parallel plate capacitor with a plate separation d is filled with two layers of different...
  3. J

    I Charge near an ungrounded infinite conducting plane

    Sorry if this has been answered already, i searched for a while. I know how to solve the problem of the potential of a point charge near a grounded infinite conducting plane, and a line charge near an infinite conducting plane. If the plane isn't necessarily grounded, say its at some potential...
  4. R

    Boundary conditions in dielectric problems

    Q) A conducting sphere of radius R floats half submerged in a liquid dielectric medium of permittivity e1. The region above the liquid is a gas of permittivity e2. The total free charge on the sphere is Q. Find a radial inverse-square electric field satisfying all boundary conditions and...
  5. Marcus95

    Change in electrostatic energy on two spheres

    Homework Statement We have a spehere of radius ##r_1## and on of ##r_2## far away from each other. The first sphere has a charge ##Q##. What is the change in electro static energy when they are connected together? Homework Equations Potential of a charged sphere: ## V = \frac{Q}{4\pi\epsilon_0...
  6. Anthony Santelices

    Finding energy in a 4 object charge system

    Homework Statement An object with charge +2.0×10−5 C is moved from position C to position D in the figure (Figure 1) . q1 = q3 = +10.0×10−5 C and q2 = −20.0×10−5 C. All four charged objects are the system. Here's a picture to the problem Homework Equations $$ F = \frac {kq_1 q_2}{r^2} $$ $$...
  7. A

    Conical Surface Potential Difference

    Hey guys! The question is related to problem 2.26 from Electrodynamics by Griffiths (3ed). 1. Homework Statement A conical surface (an empty ice-cream cone) carries a uniform surface charge σ. The height of the cone is h, as the radius of the top. Find the potential difference between points a...
  8. P

    Electrical Potential Energy of three quark system

    Homework Statement A proton is composed of three quarks: two "up" quarks, each having charge +2e/3, and one "down" quark, having charge -e/3. Suppose that the three quarks are equidistant from one another. Take the distance to be 3×10-15 m and calculate the potential energy of the subsystem of...
  9. AMRIT GAUTAM

    Coalesce of mercury dropssix at different potential

    Six mercury drops of equal size given potential of +3v and two other drops are given -3v potential. If they coalesce what is final potential This question had been eating my brain i know solution if they are given same potential but what to do when they have different potential
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