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potential difference

c. energy

d. momentum

2. the energy content of a charged capacitor resides in its a. plates b. potential difference c. charge

d. electric field

3. when a slab of insulating material is placed between the plates of a charged capacitor, the electric field there is a relative to what it was before is a. less b. the same c. more d. any of the above, depending on the circumstances 4. the farad is not equivalent to which of the following combination of units? a. C2/4 b. C/V c. C*V2 d. J/V2 5. the plate area of a parallel-plate capacitor of capacitance C is doubled and the distance between the plates is halved, so that the volume of the dielectric remains the same. The new capacitance of the capacitor is a. C/4 b. C c. 2C d. 4C 6. an electric field of magnitude 200 V/m can be produced by applying a potential difference of 10 V to a pair of parallel metal plates separated by a. 20mm b. 50mm c. 20m d. 2000m 7. a charge of 10-10C between two parallel metal plates 1 cm apart experiences a force of 105 N. the potential difference between the plates is a. 10-5 V b. 10V c. 103 V d. 105V 8. in charging a storage battery, a total of 2.0 X 10-5 C is transferred from one set of electrodes to another. The potential difference between the electrodes is 12 V. the energy stored in the battery is a. 1.7 X 104 J c. 2.4 X107 J b. 2.4 x 106 J d. 2.9 x 107 J 9. a storage battery is being charged at a rate of 100 W at a potential difference of 13.6 V. the rate at which charge is being transferred between its plate is a. 0.316C/s b. 0.54C/s c. 7.35C/s d. 1360 C/s 10. 10. an electron between two metal plates 40 mm apart experiences an acceleration of 1.0 x 1012 m/s. the potential difference between the plates is a. 0.23 V b. 0.28 V c. 0.14 V d. 2.8 x 1012 V 11. 11. an electron whose speed is 1.0 x 107 m/s has a KE of a.4.6 x 10-17 b. 0.28 keK c. 0.73 keV d. 5.7 keV 12. an electron whose KE is 150 eV has a speed of a. 7.3 x 106 m/s b. 5.1 x 107 m/s c. 2.3 x 108 m/s d. 7.3 x 1013 m/s

13. a capacitor acquires a charge of 0.002 C when connected across a 50-V battery. Its capacitance is a. 1 MF b. 2 MF 3. 4 MF d. 40 MF 14. a 50-MF capacitor has a potential difference of 8 V across it. Its charge is a. 4 x 10-3 C b. 4 x 10 -4 C c. 6.23 X10-5 C d. 6.25 X10-6 C 15. if a 20-MF capacitor is to have an energy content of 2.5 J, it must be placed across a potential difference of 16. a parallel plate capacitor has a capacitance of 50 pF in air and 110 pF when immersed in turpentine. The dielectric constant of turpentine is a. 0.45 b 0.55 c. 1.1 d. 2.2

V/m d. V*m b. the one that is a vector in character is electric a. d.67 x 10-4 J d. the plates of an air capacitor are 10 cm x 15 cm and 0. If the energy of the first capacitor is W. grates near the positive plate d. N/C . V/m c. 2.95 x 10-7 J 24. 2F b. 1/3 W b. b. the unit of electric field E is the N/C. a. 4. This signifies that a. Another capacitor.95 x 10-5 J c. both charges are positive and both are negative d. 2. 3W d. 15 N/C d. the magnitude of the electric field in the region between two parallel oppositely charge metal plates is a. 4F 27. what is the volume of the electric field at a place where the charge is located? a. if you are inside a car and the car is struck by a lightning. the force between two charges separated by 1 meter is Farad. greatest near the negative plate 20. the unit of electric field is N/C the equivalent of E is a. having hard rubber(dielectric constant = 3) between its plates but otherwise identical is also charged to the same potential difference. V/m2 21. that of the second is a. the proton has the greater speed 25.17. small enough to be safe for the occupant inside d. 9W 26. a capacitor has a charge of 5 x 10-4 C when the potential difference across the plates is 300 V.67 x 10-6 J b. W c. the electron has the greater speed d. 240 N/C b. the proton has the greater KE c. what is the energy stored? a. zero b. C/m d. both charges are positive b. charge b. 1. 1. 2. potential difference 19.0 C charge is 60 N. uniform throughout the region c. both charges are negative c. the electron has a greater KE b. The force between them is now __________. ¼ F d. the unit of electric force on a 4.95 x 10-4 J d. If the distance between them is doubled. a system of two charges has a positive potential energy. c/V 28. It is best to stay inside because the electric field inside the car is _______ a. huge for a short time c.95 x 10-6 J b. 1. its capacitance is a. huge for a very long time 18. a parallel-plate capacitor with air between its plates is charged until a potential difference of V appears across it. 1. one charge is positive and the other is negative 22. V*m b.67 x 10-3 J 23. from its definition. an electron and a proton are accelerated through the same potential difference a. an equivalent unit of E is the a. Field c. V*m2 c.67 x 10-5 J c.5mm apart. 60 N/C c. It is connected to a potential difference pf 10 V. zero b. of the following quantities. energy d. 2.. ½ F c.

To what separation must its plates now be adjusted so that its capacitance will be the same in (b)? 4.0 cm of air. and the electrical potential energy stored 3. is an arbitrary point which maybe considered as having zero potential 9. Two square plates 2. III. the charge in its plates. conductor b. is the meaning of ESU 6. means work that is given up or that is the electric field which does the work 4. is the symbol of the dielectric coefficient or dielectric constant or sometimes called relative permittivity of the dielectric 8. Calculate: a.6 is inserted the plates. what must the plate separation be s0 that each of the four new capacitors will have the same capacitors as the original? c. Problems: 1. Transformer oul with dielectric constant 2. superconductor II. is always attractive c. The capacitance increases to 2150F. is an insulating material or a non-conductor 14.0 meter long on each side are separated by a 2. Identification: 1. the capacitance of a parallel plate air capacitor is 400F when a sheet of a dielectric is inserted between the plates. V= kq/d. if the plates are cut into four capacitors. Now what is the capacitance of the capacitor.30 MF parallel-plate capacitor with an air gap is connected to a 50V battery e. C= FA/d. is weaker 30. which practically offers no resistance to the flow of charges through it? a. a parallel-plate capacitor has plates 6 cm square and 0. show by dimensional analysis that the following equations give the required unit a. is the symbol of permittivity of the dielectric 12. what is the permittivity of the dielectric? 2. a material with dielectric 4. is the SI unit capacitance 11. volt b.29. is the amount of charge the capacitor can store per unit of potential difference 10. is numerically equal to the amount of work done by an external agent to bring a unit positive charge from a point of zero potential to the other 3.1 is placed between the plates of one of the small capacitors. the capacitance of the plate b. a 0. semiconductor d. is an arrangement of two metallic plates or sheets separated by a non-conductor. 13. farad c. is the potential difference between two points when one erg of work is done in transferring one statcoulomb from one point to the other 2. Find its capacitance (a) in air and (b) with mica of k=6 between the plates 5. N/C . is the potential difference between two points when one joule of work is 7. calculate the charge on one of its plates and the electrical potential energy stored f. obeys the inverse square law b. is the energy a charged object has due to its position in an electric field. the main difference between gravitational force and electric force is that the gravitational force ________ a.15 mm apart. insulator c. with the battery connected. E= V/d. is the work done in bringing a unit positive charge form infinity to the point 5. is proportional to the product of the masses d.

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