Two spherical conductors are separated by a distance much larger than either of their radii. Sphere...
Two isolated conducting spheres are separated by a large distance. Sphere 1 has a radius of 20 cm and an initial charge 30 nC while Sphere 2 has a radius of 60 cm and an initial charge 70 nC. A very thin copper wire is now connected to the spheres to allow charge to ﬂow between them. How much charge will be transferred from Sphere 2 to Sphere 1? (Note that the charge transferred can be positive, negative or zero.)
4 Two spherical conductors (Homework #3) Two spherical conductors of different radii (Ri and R2) are connected by along fine conducting wire. Let's assume Ri << R2, the smaller sphere carries the total charge 0 (with surface chargé density o) and the larger sphere carries the total charge Q2 (with surface charge density ). a) Remember that the potential is always constant on and in the conductor. Using th is fact, show that the ratio of the charge is given...
Two spherical conductors (Homework #3) Two spherical conductors of different radii (Ri and R:) are connected by along fine conducting wire. Let's assume RiR, the smaller sphere carries the total charge Q (with surface charge density ) and the larger sphere carries the total charge a (with surface charge density a) Remember that the potential is always constant on and in the conductor. Using this fact, show that the ratio of the charge is given by R Q, R b)...
CJ10 18 P.009 Two spherical objects are separated by a distance that is 5.40 x 103 m. The objects are initially electrically neutral and are very small o ect acquires the same negative charge due to the addition of electrons. As a result, each object experiences an electrostatic force that has a magnitude of 4 SS00 x 10-21 N How many electrons did it take to produce the charge on one of the objects? electrons CJ10 18 P010 Two tinyc...
Two spherical conductors A (radius 2.0 cm) and B (radius 3.0 cm) have initial charges of +10 mC and-5.0 mC, respectively. The spheres are then connected by a long, thin conducting wire (a) What is the initial surface charge density on the surface of A? (b) What is the initial potential of A? (c) What is the charge of (i) A, (ii) B, at final equilibrium? (d) What is the potential of (i) A, ii) B, at final equilibrium?
A solid metal sphere of radius a = 2.2 cm has a net charge Qin =-3.4 nC (1 nC = 10-9C). Thesphere is surrounded by a concentricconducting spherical shell ofinner radius b = 6 cm and outer radius c = 9 cm.The shell has a net charge Qout = 2.3 nC. What isV0, theelectric potential at the center of the metal sphere, given thepotential at infinity is zero?V0 =V
Do each question separately and show step by step Two spherical objects are separated by a distance of 2.80 mm. The objects are initially electrically neutral and are very small compared to the distance between them. Each object acquires the same negative charge due to the addition of electrons, As a result, each object experiences an electrostatic force that has a magnitude of 1.44 times 10^-25 N. How many electrons did it take to produce the charge on one of...
A solid spherical conductor of radius 15 cm has a charge Q 6.5 nC on it. A second, initially uncharged, spherical conductor of radius 10 cm is moved toward the first until they touch and is then moved far away from it (a) How much charge is there on the second sphere after the two spheres have been separated? 1. 3.2 nC 2. 2.6 nC 3. 4.3 nC 4, 03.9 nC 5, 2.2 nC 1o points (b) Calculate the common...
Metal sphere 1 has a positive charge of 4.0 nC. Metal sphere 2, which is three times the diameter of sphere 1, is initially uncharged. The spheres are then connectedtogether by a long, thin metal wire. What are the final charges on each sphere?
Flag question The outer sphere of two concentric conducting spheres of radii 9 cm and 15 cm is grounded. Charge q=8 nC is placed on the inner sphere. The outer conductor then contracts from radius 5 cm. Calculate the work done by the electric force.