Each square centimeter of the surface of an infinite plane sheet of paper has excess electrons. Find the magnitude and direction of the electric field at a point 6.00 cm from the surface of the sheet, if the sheet is large enough to be treated as an infinite plane.
A thin disk with a circular hole at its center, called an annulus has inner radius a nd outer radius . The disk has a uniform positive surface charge density . Find the total electric charge on the annulus.
A thin disk with a circular hole at its center has inner radius a nd outer radius . The disk has a uniform positive surgace charge density on its surface. The disk lies in the yz plane, with its center at the origin. For an arbitrary point on the x axis (the axis of the disk) find the magnitude of the electric field.
A solid metal sphere with radius 0.75 m carries a net charge of 0.13 nC. Find the magnitude of the electric field at the following locations:
a) at a point 0.15 m outside the surface of the sphere.
b) at a point outside the sphere, 0.1 m below the surface.
How many excess electrons must be added to an isolated spherical conductor 27 cm in diameter to produce an electric field of 1450 N/C just outside the surface?
A total electric charge of 8 nC is distributed uniformly over the surface of a metal sphere with a radius of 27 cm. If the potential is zero at a point at infinity, find the value of the potential at the following distances from the center of the sphere.
(a) 52 cm
(b) 20 cm
(c) 9 cm
A potential difference of 10 kV is established between parallel plates in air.
(a) If the air becomes electrically conducting when the electric field exceeds , what is the minimum separation of the plates?
(b) When the separation has the minimum value calculated in part (a), what is the surface charge density on each plate?
A parallel-plate air capacitor of capacitance of 100 pF has a charge of magnitude 0.1 µC on each plate. The plates are 0.5 mm apart.
(a) What is the potential difference between the plates?
(b) What is the area of each plate?
(c) What is the electric-field magnitude between the plates?
(d) What is the surface charge density on each plate?
In a Millikan oil drop experiment a student sprayed oil droplets with a density of between two horizontal parallel plates that were 6.0 cm apart. The student adjusted the potential difference between the plates to 5000 V so that one of the drops became stationary. The diameter of this drop was measured to be . What was the magnitude of the charge on the drop.
A sphere of radius 1.5 cm carried a charge of 10 nC which is uniformly distributed throughout the sphere. Determine the charge density of the sphere.
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