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What will be the capacitance?
1
2
1
2
In-Class Activity 8.6
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In-Class Activity 8.7
Chapter 26. Summary Slides
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General Principles
General Principles
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General Principles
Important Concepts
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Important Concepts
Applications
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Applications
Chapter 26. Clicker Questions
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A. 1.0 V
B. 2.0 V
C. 5.0 V
D. 6.0 V
E. 7.0 V
What total potential difference is
created by these three batteries?
A. 1.0 V
B. 2.0 V
C. 5.0 V
D. 6.0 V
E. 7.0 V
What total potential difference is
created by these three batteries?
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Which potential-energy
graph describes this
electric field?
Which potential-energy
graph describes this
electric field?
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Which set of equipotential surfaces
matches this electric field?
Which set of equipotential surfaces
matches this electric field?
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A.
V
1
=
V
2
=
V
3
and
E
1
>
E
2
>
E
3
B.
V
1
>
V
2
>
V
3
and
E
1
=
E
2
=
E
3
C.
V
1
=
V
2
=
V
3
and
E
1
=
E
2
=
E
3
D.
V
1
>
V
2
>
V
3
and
E
1
>
E
2
>
E
3
E.
V
3
>
V
2
>
V
1
and
E
1
=
E
2
=
E
3
Three charged, metal
are connected by a thin
metal wire. The potential
and electric field at the
surface of each sphere
are
V
and
E
. Which of
the following is true?
A.
V
1
=
V
2
=
V
3
and
E
1
>
E
2
>
E
3
B.
V
1
>
V
2
>
V
3
and
E
1
=
E
2
=
E
3
C.
V
1
=
V
2
=
V
3
and
E
1
=
E
2
=
E
3
D.
V
1
>
V
2
>
V
3
and
E
1
>
E
2
>
E
3
E.
V
3
>
V
2
>
V
1
and
E
1
=
E
2
=
E
3
Three charged, metal
are connected by a thin
metal wire. The potential
and electric field at the
surface of each sphere
are
V
and
E
. Which of
the following is true?
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Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the
equivalent capacitance (
C
eq
)
a
to (
C
eq
)
d
of
circuits a to d.
A. (
C
eq
)
d
> (
C
eq
)
b
> (
C
eq
)
a
> (
C
eq
)
c
B. (
C
eq
)
d
> (
C
eq
)
b
= (
C
eq
)
c
> (
C
eq
)
a
C. (
C
eq
)
a
> (
C
eq
)
b
= (
C
eq
)
c
> (
C
eq
)
d
D. (
C
eq
)
b
> (
C
eq
)
a
= (
C
eq
)
d
> (
C
eq
)
c
E. (
C
eq
)
c
> (
C
eq
)
a
= (
C
eq
)
d
> (
C
eq
)
b
A. (
C
eq
)
d
> (
C
eq
)
b
> (
C
eq
)
a
> (
C
eq
)
c
B. (
C
eq
)
d
> (
C
eq
)
b
= (
C
eq
)
c
> (
C
eq
)
a
C. (
C
eq
)
a
> (
C
eq
)
b
= (
C
eq
)
c
> (
C
eq
)
d
D. (
C
eq
)
b
> (
C
eq
)
a
= (
C
eq
)
d
> (
C
eq
)
c
E. (
C
eq
)
c
> (
C
eq
)
a
= (
C
eq
)
d
> (
C
eq
)
b
Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the
equivalent capacitance (
C
eq
)
a
to (
C
eq
)
d
of
circuits a to d.
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What quantity is represented by
the symbol
?
A. Electronic potential
B. Excitation potential
C. EMF
D. Electric stopping power
E. Exosphericity
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What quantity is represented by
the symbol
?
A. Electronic potential
B. Excitation potential
C. EMF
D. Electric stopping power
E. Exosphericity
What is the SI unit of capacitance?
A. Capaciton
C. Hertz
D. Henry
E. Exciton
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