Presentation Summary : Title: Electrostatics Author: mewoldsen Last modified by: Mark Ewoldsen Created Date: 3/17/2004 11:13:48 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics Chapter 21-24 Properties of Physical Objects Mass/Inertial: Gravity mass: inertia in gravitational interaction Kinetic mass: inertia in any motion ...
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics Electrostatics Definition: The study of electric charges that can be collected and held in one place Non-moving, no flow B. Examples of static charges ...
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics Electric charge Conservation of charge Insulators & conductors Charging objects Electroscopes Lightning Van de Graff generators Equilibrium problems
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Presentation Summary : Electricity: Electrostatics How do charged particles interact? Answer Me!!! Why will a balloon stick to the wall? Static Electricity Static Electricity is created by ...
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Presentation Summary : Representing Electric Field. We use electric field _____ to graphically represent the field around a charge. To draw them, remember these main points:
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics Electric Charges: the basis of electricity is charge. The charge on an atom is determined by the subatomic particles that make it up.
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Presentation Summary : ELECTROSTATICS Outline Electric Force, Electric fields Electric Flux and Gaub law Electric potential Capacitors and dielectric (Electric storage) The physics of ...
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Presentation Summary : Conductors: Demos: Find materials in the room that are conductors. Line up washer and charge with high voltage. Charge distilled water, city water and Gadorate
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Presentation Summary : Title: Electrostatics and Coulombs Law Subject: PHY 2049 Author: M. Johnson and G. Braunstein Last modified by: Gateway Created Date: 1/13/1997 3:14:52 PM
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics Level 1 Physics Objectives and Essential Questions OBJECTIVES At the end of this unit, the student should be able to: Define electrostatics and the ...
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Presentation Summary : Physics Chapter 32 Electrostatics Personal Ads: e- rich…seeks e- poor for bonding, conducting, and long term relationship. Resistance a plus. 32.1 Electrical Forces ...
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics Conceptual Physics Chapter 32-33 Electrostatics Definitions Electrostatics—electricity at rest Electric field—aura that surrounds electric charges ...
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Presentation Summary : Coulomb’s Law. Since this force was described by Charle’s Coulomb it is appropriate to understand why the units for the charges were called the coulomb (C).
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics NCSSM - PH. 354 March, 2006 Gabriela Stefan Objectives After studying this chapter, you should: know the different types of electric charge and the ...
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics Review LCHS Dr.E Electrostatics Review LCHS Dr.E (3) electrostatic forces between the particles of the balloon and the particles of the wall (4) The ...
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Presentation Summary : The End Electrostatics Notes Concept Summary Batesville High School Physics Forces By the early 19th century, ...
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Presentation Summary : Title: Electrostatics: Semi-Coulombic Approximation Author: Viktor Vajda Last modified by: Sandor Vajda Created Date: 11/22/2000 5:15:24 PM Document presentation format
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics Electric field lines Always point out from + charges Always point into negative charges + - Field lines due to combinations of charges Field line ...
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Presentation Summary : Insulators & conductors. Conductors allow charges to move through them. Insulators keep charges still…from moving around
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Presentation Summary : Big Idea # 2. If they push or pull each other then they must apply a… FORCE! Electrostatic Force. k is a constant: 9x109 Nm2/C2. The q’s are the quantity of ...
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics Chapter 21-1 Electric Charge Explain the atom and the charges on an atom Neutrons Protons electrons Transferring Charge Why is an atom electrically ...
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Presentation Summary : Electrostatics What is Electrostatics? Electrostatics is the study of the interactions between stationary electrically charged particles. Electrostatic laws deal with ...
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Presentation Summary : 32.1 Electrical Forces and Charges. Electrostatics- electricity “at rest” Electrical forces- like gravity, can attract. Unlike gravity, can also repel
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