# Chapter 21 Electric Charge and Electric Field Interaction

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Chapter 21 Electric Charge and Electric Field

Interaction of Electric Charge

Charging an object • A glass rod is rubbed with • • • silk Electrons are transferred from the glass to the silk Each electron adds a negative charge to the silk An equal positive charge is left on the rod

Charge + Unit: C, Coulomb −

Electric Charge Electric charge is one of the fundamental attributes of the particles of which matter is made.

Electric Field Like charges (++) Electric dipole: Opposite charges (+−)

Vectors are arrows

What are these vectors?

Magnitude of a vector = Length of the arrow 3 4

What are the magnitudes?

Magnitudes (solution)

Adding and subtracting vectors

Add and subtract

Solution

Notations

Vector Components 4 5 -3

Terminology

Decomposing a vector Hint: Once you know one side of a rightangle triangle and one other angle, you can find all the lengths using cos, sin or tan.

A quick reminder

Trigonometry

Solution

Check

Angles of a vector Find the angles the four vectors make with the positive x-axis. y 30° x

Calculating the angles

Write down the following three vectors in i j notation. Find the sum of these vectors also. 10 o 4. 5 5 4 50 o 60 o

(-1) times a vector? 5 3 4

4 5 3 3 5 4

In General

Adding Vectors Diagrammatically You are allowed to move an arrow around as long as you do not change its direction and length. Method for adding vectors: 1. Move the arrows until the tail of one arrow is at the tip of the other arrow. 2. Trace out the resultant arrow.

Addition of vectors You are allowed to move an arrow around as long as you do not change its direction.

Adding in a different order

Order does not matter

Subtracting Vectors Diagrammatically

Example

Example

Adding vectors 1 Add the three vectors to find the total displacement.

Adding Vectors 2

Electric field is a vector The direction of the electric field is given below:

Vector Notation of E field Charges produce electric field. The closer you are to the charge, the stronger is the electric field. Unit: V/m = N/C q

Another Notation

Store k in your calculator Type: “ 8. 99 E 9” then “STO ” then “ALPHA” then “K” then “ENTER” If q=2 C, r=1. 3 m, to find the E field, type: “K*2/1. 32”

Electric Field (Magnitude) The magnitude of the electric field produced by a single point charge q is give by: Don’t forget the absolute value! Magnitude is always positive.

Warnings + − Observer

Direction of E (one charge)

Example

Example (Continued) The electric field vector is given by the red arrow.

The strategy in finding the electric field vector

Find the unit vectors

Warnings

Example - Two Charges See supplementary notes

More about r: θ θ θ

Example Find the E field at point P P q 1 4 cm q 2 3 cm

Solution P q 1 4 cm q 2 3 cm

Example Find the point P such that E = 0. 7 cm q 1 P x q 2 7 -x

Example q 1 q 2 P x 7 -x

The difference between field vectors and field lines Field vectors Field lines

Properties of field lines • Field lines never cross each other • Field lines never terminate in vacuum • Field lines originate from positive charges and terminate at negative charge • Field lines may go off to infinity • The tangent of a field line gives the direction of the E field at that particular point

Dipole Field vectors Field lines

Similar to this You connects the field vectors to find the field lines.

Electric Field and Electric Force Electric field can be used to calculate the electric force F and E are parallel when q is positive. F and E are opposite when q is negative.

Two point charges E 12 q 1 r q 2 E 21

Coulomb’s Law The mutual force due to two point charges has magnitude:

Another Notation

Finding the Electric Force There are two (equivalent) methods of finding the force on a charge (say, q 1).

Finding the force on a charge +1 n. C -1 n. C P

Motion of a charge in an E field

Line of Charge

Solution

Solution (Cont. )

Solution (Cont. )

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