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On the active deposits from actinium in uniform electric fields.

William Thomson Kennedy

On the active deposits from actinium in uniform electric fields.

by William Thomson Kennedy

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Published in T̀oronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Actinium

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1909.

    ContributionsToronto, Ont. University. Theses (M.A.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLE3 T525 MA 1909 K46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18522940M

    The Electric Field •Replaces action-at-a-distance •Instead of Q 1 exerting a force directly on Q 2 at a distance, we say: •Q 1 creates a field and then the field exerts a force on Q 2. •NOTE: Since force is a vector then the electric field must be a vector field! E. Uniform Electric Fields. Two oppositely charged metal plates produce a uniform field in the gap between them. The field lines are parallel and equally spaced. The Electric Field Strength is constant anywhere in the field and the force on an electric charge is constant also. E= V/d.

    The magnitude of the electric field produced by q at P is given by ; The electric field produced by a positive charge q at a point P is along the line joining the charge q and the point P and directed away from q. See Fig. 5. 6. On the other hand, for a negative point charge q, the electric field that it produces is directed radially. * The electric field must be zero inside the solid part of the sphere * Outside the solid part of the sphere, you can find the net electric field by adding, as vectors, the electric field from the point charge alone and from the sphere alone. We know that the electric field from the point charge is given by kq / r2.

    electric field intensity at known distances from point charges. • Write and apply Gauss's law for fields around surfaces of known charge densities. The Concept of a Field A field. field is defined as a property of space. property of space in which a material object experiences a force. P. Electric fields are near any charged object or body. The greater the charge, the stronger the electric field. - Charged metal conductors have thier charge spread across the surface, the more conecntrated the charge is, the greater the strength of the electric field.


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