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Question 1.
Which of the following is not a unit for the Electric Field?


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Question 2.
A 9 volt transistor battery has


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Question 3.
The unit of capacitance is the


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Question 4.
The unit for the dielectric constant is


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Question 5.
A farad is


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Question 6.
A capacitor has circular plates of radius 10 cm separated by 1 mm. Its capacitance is


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Question 7.
A capacitor has circular plates of radius 10 cm separated by 1 mm. If the capacitor is connected to a 12 volt battery, the charge on the capacitor will be


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Question 8.
What is the electric field in the capacitor in the previous question?


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Question 9.
What would be the energy stored in the capacitor in the previous question?


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Question 10.
A dielectric is inserted into the capacitor in the previous question and the stored energy is found to be 0.14 microJ. The dielectric is


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Question 11.
Capacitor 1 has capacitance C1 and voltage V1. Capacitor 2 has twice the capacitance and the same voltage. Its energy U2 equals


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Question 12.
Capacitor 1 has capacitance C1 and voltage V1. Capacitor 2 has twice the voltage and the same capacitance. Its energy U2 equals


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Question 13.
Two capacitors have the same capacitance but the second has twice the charge of the first. Its stored energy is


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Question 14.
The second of two capacitors has twice the charge and half the voltage. Its energy is


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Question 15.
The second of two capacitors has twice the charge and half the voltage. The capacitance of the second is


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Question 16.
A proton is accelerated from rest through a potential of 500 volts. Its final kinetic energy is


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Question 17.
What is the final velocity of the proton in the previous problem? (The mass of the proton is 1.67 x 10-27 kg)


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Question 18.
An alpha particle (Q = +2e) is accelerated from rest through a potential difference of 500 volts. Its final kinetic energy is


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Question 19.
Two alpha particles are placed near each other so that each experiences a potential of 500 volts. They are allowed to fly far apart. What is the final potential of each?


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Question 20.
What is the final kinetic energy of each alpha particle in the previous question?


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Question 21.

If Q1 and Q2 are equal and oppositely charged, what is the potential at Point B?


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Question 22.
In the previous question the work required to move a positive charge from A to B is


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Question 23.

If both charges in the figure are positive and the potential at B is 500 volts, what is the potential at A, 3 meters above the Point B?


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Question 24.

If Q1 in the above figure is twice Q2 and both are positive, where can a point of zero potential be found?


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Question 25.
In the previous question if Q1 is negative and twice Q2 which is positive where will the potential be zero?


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