Chapter 15 Electric Forces and Electric Fields General

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Chapter 15 Electric Forces and Electric Fields General Medical Physics

Chapter 15 Electric Forces and Electric Fields General Medical Physics

Gauss’s Law Sections 7 -9 General Medical Physics

Gauss’s Law Sections 7 -9 General Medical Physics

What is the difference between Electric Field (E) and Force (F)? 45 1. E

What is the difference between Electric Field (E) and Force (F)? 45 1. E factors out the magnitude of the test charge, it only depends on the other charges 2. E is defined everywhere, F only at one point 3. Both 1) and 2) 4. Neither 1) or 2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 11 12 13 14 15 16 General Medical 17 18 19 20 Physics

Review • Corn Field: corn at regularly space intervals • Vector Field: a vector

Review • Corn Field: corn at regularly space intervals • Vector Field: a vector at each point in space • Scalar Field: a number at each point in space – Eg: Temperature General Medical Physics

Review • Electric Field field • Field lines: an easy way to visualize fields

Review • Electric Field field • Field lines: an easy way to visualize fields – Tangent to E – Density of lines proportional to E • begin at (+), end at (-) • # of lines proportional to q • lines don’t cross General Medical Physics

Review • Conductors & Electrostatic equilibrium – – E=0 inside a conductor excess charge

Review • Conductors & Electrostatic equilibrium – – E=0 inside a conductor excess charge lies on outer surface E is perpendicular to surface charge is greatest at highest curvature General Medical Physics

Why are you safe inside a car during a thunder storm? 45 1. The

Why are you safe inside a car during a thunder storm? 45 1. The rubber tires insulate the car from the ground 2. Charge cannot come inside the metal shell of the car 3. The rounded car has a lower charge density 4. It’s not safe! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 11 12 13 14 15 16 General Medical 17 18 19 20 Physics

Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment Active Figure: The Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment • Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment –

Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment Active Figure: The Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment • Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment – Found every charge had an integral multiple of e (q = n e) – Measured the elementary charge, e = 1. 6 10 -19 C Equilibrium Drag -- Terminal velocity General Medical Physics

Van de Graaff Generator • An electrostatic generator designed and built by Robert J.

Van de Graaff Generator • An electrostatic generator designed and built by Robert J. Van de Graaff in 1929 • Charge is transferred to the dome by means of a rotating belt • Limited by ionization of air, which carries charge away • Eventually an electrostatic discharge takes place MU 28 T 33 General Medical Physics

Museum of Science, Boston General Medical Physics

Museum of Science, Boston General Medical Physics

Holifield Radioactive Ion Beam Facility Oak Ridge National Laboratory 25. 5 Me. V General

Holifield Radioactive Ion Beam Facility Oak Ridge National Laboratory 25. 5 Me. V General Medical Physics

Electric Flux • Field lines penetrating an area A perpendicular to the field •

Electric Flux • Field lines penetrating an area A perpendicular to the field • The product of EA is the flux, Φ (the number of field lines!) • In general: ΦE = E A cos θ General Medical Physics

Electric Flux, cont. • ΦE = E A cos θ – The perpendicular to

Electric Flux, cont. • ΦE = E A cos θ – The perpendicular to the area A is at an angle θ to the field – When the area is constructed such that a closed surface is formed, use the convention that flux lines passing into the interior of the volume are negative and those passing out of the interior of the volume are positive General Medical Physics

Gauss’ Law • Gauss’ Law: the electric flux through any closed surface is proportional

Gauss’ Law • Gauss’ Law: the electric flux through any closed surface is proportional to the net charge Q inside the surface – εo=8. 85 x 10 -12 C 2/Nm 2 is the permittivity of free space – The area in Φ is an imaginary surface, a Gaussian surface, it does not have to coincide with the surface of a physical object Active Figure: Electric Flux Through an Arbitrary Closed Surface MU 29 T 17 General Medical Physics

Electric Field of a Charged Thin Spherical Shell • The calculation of the field

Electric Field of a Charged Thin Spherical Shell • The calculation of the field outside the shell is identical to that of a point charge • The electric field inside the shell is E = 0 MU 29 T 23 General Medical Physics

Electric Field of a Nonconducting Plane Sheet of Charge • Total charge Q is

Electric Field of a Nonconducting Plane Sheet of Charge • Total charge Q is uniformly distributed over surface A • Charge density σ = Q/A • Use a cylindrical Gaussian surface • The flux through the ends is EA, no field through the curved part of the surface • Note, the field is uniform General Medical Physics

Electric Field of a Nonconducting Plane Sheet of Charge, cont. • The field must

Electric Field of a Nonconducting Plane Sheet of Charge, cont. • The field must be perpendicular to the sheet • The field is directed either toward or away from the sheet General Medical Physics

Parallel Plate Capacitor • The device consists of plates of positive and negative charge

Parallel Plate Capacitor • The device consists of plates of positive and negative charge • The total electric field between the plates is given by • The field outside the plates is zero General Medical Physics

What is the total electric flux through the surface of the cube in a

What is the total electric flux through the surface of the cube in a constant electric field E? 45 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 0 E L 2 6 E L 2 2 E L 2 6 E 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 11 12 13 14 15 16 General Medical 17 18 19 20 Physics

Maxwell’s Equation #1 or TIME or SPACE They all mean the same thing. General

Maxwell’s Equation #1 or TIME or SPACE They all mean the same thing. General Medical Physics