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Multiple-choice questions may continue on

the next column or page find all choices

before answering.

Message from Dr. Williams: The deadline

for completing this homework is on Tuesday,

March 3, 2015, at 12 noon, local Tallahassee

time. These problems cover Chapters 20, 21,

22 and 23 in the textbook.

SPECIAL PROBLEMS FROM CHAPTER 20 ON A STATISTICAL VIEW OF

ENTROPY. At the end of Chapter 20 in

your textbook, do the following problems on

your own: 45, 47 and 48.

Read Chapter 20 in the textbook. I recommend that you study the Sample Problems

20.01, 20.02, 20.03, 20.04, 20.05 and 20.06 (or

9th edition Sample Problems on pages 540,

541, 547, 548, 552 and 553.).

Read Chapter 21 in the textbook. I recommend that you study the Sample Problems

21.01, 21.02, 21.03 and 21.04 (or 9th edition

Sample Problems on pages 567, 569, 570 and

571).

Read Chapter 22 in the textbook. I recommend that you study the Sample Problems

22.01, 22.02, 22.03, 22.04 and 22.05 (or 9th

edition Sample Problems on pages 583, 585,

588, 590, 593 and 596.).

Read Chapter 23 in the textbook. I recommend that you study Sample Problems 23.01,

23.02, 23.03, 23.04, 23.05, 23.06 and 23.07 (or

9th edition Sample Problems on pages 607,

608, 611 (2 problems), 614, 616 and 618.).

Problems 28 through 37 of this homework

set are for students to do for themselves.

These problems are mostly straight-forward

and/or multiple choice. These problems will

not be demonstrated in lecture nor recitation.

Try to do as many problems as you can

before seeking assistance, and before coming

to recitation. Always have your homework

sets printed out when you come to recitation.

The exam problems will be very similar to the

homework problems and sample problems.

STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE

STUDY PARDNERS.

001

10.0 points

and a charge of 2.05 C is located along the

y axis at 2.46484 m.

At what point along the y-axis is the electric

field zero? The value of the Coulomb constant

is 8.99 109 N m2 /C2 .

Correct answer: 1.47746 m.

Explanation:

Let : q1 = 4.59 C ,

q2 = 2.05 C , and

d = 2.46484 m .

Call the point where the fields cancel y. Since

the charges are of equal sign, the only place y

can be is somewhere between them.

The field from the particle q1 at the origin

is

q1

E 1 = ke 2

y

pointing down (since q1 is negative). The

field from the charge q2 at a point d along the

y-axis is

q2

E 2 = ke

(d y)2

pointing up (since q2 is negative). Cancellation occurs at d provided

E1

q1

ke 2

y

q2 y 2

r

q2

y

q1

= E2

q2

(d y)2

= q1 (d y)2

= ke

=dy

y=

1+

d

s

=

q2

q1

2.46484 m

s

2.05 C

1+

4.59 C

= 1.47746 m .

Three point charges are arranged as shown.

4 nC

3.2 nC

3.5 nC

0.57 m

0.89 m

1.8 m to the right of the middle charge?

The value of the Coulomb constant is

8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 .

Correct answer: 40.4625 N/C.

Explanation:

Let :

q1 = 4 nC = 4 109 C ,

q2 = 3.2 nC = 3.2 109 C ,

q3 = 3.5 nC = 3.5 109 C ,

r12 = 0.57 m ,

r23 = 0.89 m ,

x = 1.8 m , and

ke = 8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 .

E1

q1

q2

+

q3

+

r3

E3

+ E2

r2

r1

The distances between the observing point

and each charge are

r1 = x + r12 = 1.8 m + 0.57 m = 2.37 m

r2 = x = 1.8 m

r3 = x r23 = 1.8 m 0.89 m = 0.91 m ,

respectively. The contribution of each charge

to the total electric field is

~ i = ke qi ~ex (for i = 1, 2, 3) ,

E

ri2

so the x component of the total electric field

is

Etotal = E1 + E2 + E3

q2

q3

q1

+

+

= ke

r12 r22 r32

= 8.98755 109 N m2 /C2

4 109 C 3.2 109 C

+

(2.37 m)2

(1.8 m)2

3.5 109 C

+

(0.91 m)2

= 40.4625 N/C

in the +x direction.

003 10.0 points

A rod 5.7 cm long is uniformly charged and

has a total charge of 23 C.

Find the magnitude of the electric field

along the axis of the rod at a point 33.0132 cm

from the center of the rod. The Coulomb constant is 8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 .

Correct answer: 1.91092 106 N/C.

Explanation:

Let : = 5.7 cm = 0.057 m ,

Q = 23 C = 2.3 105 C ,

r = 33.0132 cm = 0.330132 m ,

and

For a rod of length and linear charge density

(charge per unit length) , the field at a distance d from the end of the rod along the axis

is

E = ke

= ke

d+

d+

dx = ke

x2

x d

,

d ( + d)

Q

(if the total charge is Q) is =

so that

ke Q

=

.

E = ke

d ( + d)

d ( + d)

In this problem, we have the following situation (the distance r from the center is given):

r

l

d

r

13.22 C/cm2

2 (8.85419 1012 C2 /N m2 )

2

100 cm

1C

1 106 C

1m

The distance d is

0.057 m

= 0.330132 m

2

2

= 0.301632 m ,

d=r

Q

d ( + d)

= 8.98755 109 N m2 /C2

E = ke

|2.3 105 C|

(0.301632 m)(0.057 m + 0.301632 m)

The direction must be toward the rod, since

the charge distribution is negative (a positive

test charge would be attracted), so the sign

should be positive, according to the convention stated in the problem.

Consider a charged semicircular arc with radius 129 cm and total charge 71.1 C distributed uniformly on the semicircle.

y

y

A

II

I

x

r

III IV

B

Find the magnitude of the electric field at

O . The value of the Coulomb constant is

8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 .

Correct answer: 2.44462 105 N/C.

Explanation:

A nonconducting plate with infinite dimensions carries a uniform surface charge density

of 13.22 C/cm2 .

What is the electric field 10.9 cm in front

of the plate? The permittivity of free space is

8.85419 1012 C2 /N m2 .

Correct answer: 7.46539 109 N/C.

Explanation:

Let :

= 13.22 C/cm2

r = 10.9 cm , and

0 = 8.85419 1012 C2 /N m2 .

charge density is

E=

2 0

r = 129 cm = 1.29 m , and

k = 8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 .

y

r

E

II

I

x

III

IV

By symmetry of the semicircle, the ycomponent of the electric field at the center is Ey = 0 . We need consider only the

x-component of the electric field, so

ds = r d

q

q

r d = d

r

k |q|

k |q| cos

=

cos ,

Ex =

r2

r2

q = ds = r d =

center is

Z /2

2 k |q|

k |q|

E = Ex =

cos

d

=

2

r2

/2 r

=

(1.29 m)2

|(7.11 105 C)|

9.109 1031 kg

(3.1 108 s)

007 (part 2 of 2) 10.0 points

Calculate the speed of the proton after 31 ns.

Correct answer: 1214.09 m/s.

Explanation:

Let :

mp = 1.673 1027 kg

qp = 1.602 10

19

and

006 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points

An electron (of mass 9.109 1031 kg) and

a proton (of mass 1.673 1027 kg) are each

placed at rest in an external uniform electric

field of 409 N/C.

Calculate the speed of the electron after 31 ns.

The fundamental charge is

19

1.602 10

C.

Correct answer: 2.22986 106 m/s.

Explanation:

Let : E = 409 N/C ,

t = 3.1 108 s ,

me = 9.109 1031 kg , and

qe = 1.602 1019 C .

Fe = F g

qE = ma

qE

a=

.

m

vf = a t since vo = 0, so

q E

t

vf =

m

|qe | Et

vf,e =

me

vf,p

qp E

=

t

mp

(1.602 1019 C) (409 N/C)

=

1.673 1027 kg

(3.1 108 s)

= 1214.09 m/s .

An electron traveling at 1 106 m/s enters a

0.09 m region with a uniform electric field of

198 N/C , as in the figure.

0.09 m

1 106 m/s

+++++++++

Find the magnitude of the acceleration of

the electron while in the electric field. The

mass of an electron is 9.109 1031 kg and

the fundamental charge is 1.602 1019 C .

Correct answer: 3.48223 1013 m/s2 .

Explanation:

Let : qe = 1.602 1019 C ,

me = 9.109 1031 kg , and

E = 198 N/C .

F = ma = qE

qe E

a=

me

(1.602 1019 C)(198 N/C)

=

9.109 1031 kg

= (3.48223 1013 m/s2 ) ,

with a magnitude of 3.48223 1013 m/s2 .

009 (part 2 of 3) 10.0 points

Find the time it takes the electron to travel

through the region of the electric field, assuming it doesnt hit the side walls.

Correct answer: 9 108 s.

A proton accelerates from rest in a uniform

electric field of 535 N/C. At some later time,

its speed is 9.6 105 m/s.

What is the magnitude of the acceleration

of the proton? The fundamental charge is

1.602 1019 C.

Correct answer: 5.12418 1010 m/s2 .

Explanation:

Let :

E = 535 N/C ,

qp = 1.602 1019 C ,

and

mp = 1.6726 1027 kg .

Explanation:

Let :

= 0.09 m , and

v0 = 1 106 m/s .

= v0 t

0.09 m

t=

=

v0

1 106 m/s

= 9 108 s .

010 (part 3 of 3) 10.0 points

What is the magnitude of the vertical displacement y of the electron while it is in the

electric field?

Correct answer: 0.14103 m.

Explanation:

Using the equation for the displacement in

the vertical direction and the results from the

first two parts of the problem,

1 2

at

2

3.48223 1013 m/s2

=

2

8 2

(9 10 s)

= 0.14103 m ,

Fe = m a

qp E = mp a

qp E

a=

mp

1.602 1019 C (535 N/C)

=

1.6726 1027 kg

= 5.12418 1010 m/s2 .

How long does it take the proton to reach this

speed?

Correct answer: 18.7347 s.

Explanation:

Let : vf = 9.6 105 m/s .

Since vi = 0 m/s, the final velocity is

y =

vf = a t

vf

t =

a

106 s

9.6 105 m/s

=

5.12418 1010 m/s2

s

= 18.7347 s .

The torque is

013 (part 3 of 4) 10.0 points

How far has it moved in this time interval?

Correct answer: 8.99266 m.

Explanation:

Since vi = 0 m/s,

1

a (t)2

2

1

5.12418 1010 m/s2

=

2

(1.87347 105 s)2

x =

= 8.99266 m .

014 (part 4 of 4) 10.0 points

What is its kinetic energy at the later time?

Correct answer: 7.70734 1016 J.

Explanation:

1

mp vf2

2

1

1.6726 1027 kg

=

2

2

9.6 105 m/s

Kf =

~

~ = ~p E

() = p E sin .

Since

p E = (5 1010 e m)(70000 N/C)

1.602 1019 C

e

= (5.607 1024 N m) , then

= 0 Nm .

016 (part 2 of 4) 10.0 points

What is the magnitude of the torque on the

dipole when the dipole is perpendicular to the

electric field?

Correct answer: 5.607 1024 Nm.

Explanation:

Let :

= 90 .

= 7.70734 1016 J .

015 (part 1 of 4) 10.0 points

A dipole of moment 0.5 e nm is placed in

a uniform electric field with a magnitude of

70000 N/C .

What is the magnitude of the torque on

the dipole when the dipole is parallel to the

electric field? The fundamental charge is

1.602 1019 C .

= 5.607 1024 Nm .

017 (part 3 of 4) 10.0 points

What is the magnitude of the torque on the

dipole when the dipole makes an angle of 40

with the electric field?

Correct answer: 3.60411 1024 Nm.

Explanation:

Explanation:

Let :

Let :

p = 0.5 e nm = 5 1010 e m ,

E = 70000 N/C ,

= 0 , and

e = 1.602 1019 C .

= 40 .

= 3.60411 1024 Nm .

018 (part 4 of 4) 10.0 points

Find the potential energy of the dipole in the

electric field at 40 .

Correct answer: 4.29521 1024 J.

Explanation:

Let :

in a uniform electric field with magnitude

2110 N/C.

Find the total electric flux through the

shell.

Correct answer: 0 N m2 /C.

Explanation:

= 40 .

~

U = ~p E

U () = p E cos

= (5.607 1024 N m) cos 40

= 4.29521 1024 J .

019 10.0 points

A 50 cm diameter loop is rotated in a uniform

electric field until the position of maximum

electric flux is found. The flux in this position

is measured to be 4.11 105 N m2 /C.

What is the electric field strength?

Let :

r = 4 m and

E = 2110 N/C .

and exits on the other, so the total flux is zero:

I

~ dA

~ = 0 .

= E

A point charge of 0.03297 C is inside a pyramid.

Determine the total electric flux through

the surface of the pyramid. The permittivity

of a vacuum is 8.85419 1012 C2 /N m2 .

Explanation:

Explanation:

= 4.11 105 N m2 /C .

I

~ dA

~ . The position of

By Gauss law, = E

which the plane of the loop is perpendicular

~ dA

~ = E dA.

to the electric field; i.e., when E

Since the field is constant,

= E A = E r2

4.11 105 N m2 /C

E=

=

r2

(0.25 m)2

= 2.09321 106 N/C .

020

10.0 points

Let :

0 = 8.85419 1012 C2 /N m2 .

and

By Gauss Law,

~ dA

~ = q

E

0

3.297 108 C

=

8.85419 1012 C2 /N m2

= 3723.66 N m2 /C .

A thin spherical shell of radius 5.46 m has a

total charge of 8.87 C distributed uniformly

over its surface.

5. 4

+

+

6 m+

+

+

law and integrating over the charge distribution. This calculation is, however, rather

complicated.

~

E

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

Explanation:

Explanation:

Let :

+

+

+

+

+

Find the electric field 10.6 m from the center of the shell. The Coulomb constant is

8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 .

The charge per unit length on a long, straight

filament is 60 C/m.

Find the electric field 11.2 cm from

the filament, where the distance is measured perpendicular to the length of the

filament.

The Coulomb constant is

8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 .

a = 5.46 m ,

Q = 8.87 C ,

r = 10.6 m .

and

of radius r > a (concentric with the shell) the

enclosed charge is Q, so the field at a point

outside the shell is equivalent to that of a

point charge Q at the center. For r > a,

kQ

r2

(8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 )(8.87 C)

=

(10.6 m)2

Let :

a = 11.2 cm = 0.112 m , and

ke = 8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 .

for the electric field of an uniformly charged

filament, derived from Gausss Law:

E=

E1 =

023 (part 2 of 2) 10.0 points

Find the electric field 1.78 m from the center

of the shell.

2k

,

r

2 ke

a

2 (8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 )

=

0.112 m

5

(6 10 C/m)

Ea =

Explanation:

The electric field inside the spherical shell

is zero. This also follows from Gauss law applied to a spherical surface of radius r < a.

Since the net charge inside the surface is zero,

and because of the spherical symmetry of the

charge distribution, application of Gauss law

shows that E = 0 in the region r < a. The

Find the electric field 28 cm from the filament.

Correct answer: 3.85181 106 N/C.

Explanation:

Let :

b = 0.28 m .

2 ke

Eb =

b

2 (8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 )

=

0.28 m

5

(6 10 C/m)

= 3.85181 106 N/C .

026 (part 3 of 3) 10.0 points

Find the electric field 94 cm from the filament.

Explanation:

Let :

q1 = 1 C = 1 106 C and

0 = 8.8542 1012 C2 /N m2 .

q1 , so by Gausss Law

~ dA

~ = qencl = q1

E

0

0

S

6

1 10 C

=

8.8542 1012 C2 /N m2

S =

Explanation:

Let :

c = 0.94 m .

= 1.12941 105 N m2 /C .

2 ke

c

2(8.98755 109 N m2 /C2 )

=

0.94 m

5

(6 10 C/m)

Ec =

Consider a uniformly charged insulating

sphere with radius R .

027 10.0 points

Consider a conducting spherical shell with

inner radius 0.9 m and outer radius 1.2 m.

There is a net charge 3 C on the shell. At

its center, within the hollow cavity, there is a

point charge 1 C.

3 C

0.2 m

0.9 m

1.2 m

q2

q2

1 C

Gaussian surface S, which has a radius of

0.2 m. The value of the permittivity of free

space is 8.8542 1012 C2 /N m2 .

R 2R

R

the magnitude of the electric field at r = ?

2

1

.

The Coulomb constant is ke =

4 0

~ = ke Q

1. kEk

4 R2

~ = 2 ke Q R

2. kEk

~ = ke Q

3. kEk

R2

~ = ke Q

4. kEk

8 R2

~ = ke Q correct

5. kEk

2 R2

~ = ke Q

6. kEk

32 R2

~ = ke Q

7. kEk

16 R2

~ = 8 ke Q R

8. kEk

~ = ke Q R

9. kEk

~ = 4 ke Q R

10. kEk

Explanation:

Pick a spherical Gaussian surface with raR

dius r =

concentric with the sphere of

2

charge. From Gauss law, = E 4 r 2 .

3Q

Q

, so the net charge

=

=

4

4 R3

R3

3

R

is

inside the Gaussian surface of radius

2

4

3Q

4

3

3

qencl =

r =

r

3

4 R3 3

r3

=Q 3

R

and the electric field at r is

E=

Q r3

Qr

1

c

=

=

,

2

3

2

4r

0 R 4 r

4 0 R3

so at r =

R

,

2

E=

Q

ke Q

R

=

.

3

4 0 R 2

2 R2

A uniformly charged conducting plate with

area A has a total charge Q which is positive.

Consider a cross-sectional view of the plane

and the electric field lines due to the charge

on the plane.

+Q

+

E

E

+

+

+

+

+

+ P

+

+

+

+

10

which is a distance a from the plate. Assume

that a is very small when compared to the

dimensions of the plate, such that edge effects

can be ignored.

~ = 0 Q A

1. kEk

~ =

2. kEk

Q

4 0 A

~ = 0 Q a2

3. kEk

~ = 4 0 a Q

4. kEk

~ = Q

5. kEk

0 A

~ = Q

6. kEk

4 0 a

Q

~ =

7. kEk

4 0 a2

~ = 4 0 a2 Q

8. kEk

~ =

9. kEk

Q

correct

2 0 A

~ = 2 0 Q A

10. kEk

Explanation:

Consider the Gaussian surface

+Q

+

+

+

+

E

E

+

+

+

S

+

+

+

+

Due to the symmetry of the problem, there

is an electric flux only through the right and

left surfaces and these two are equal. If the

cross section of the surface is S, then Gauss

Law states that

1 Q

S

0 A

Q

.

E=

2 0 A

TOTAL = 2 E S =

(a)

11

(b)

Two point charges, 3 pC and 3 pC, are

separated by 2 m.

What is the dipole moment of this pair of

charges?

Correct answer: 6 1018 C m.

Explanation:

q1 = 3 pC = 3 1012 C ,

q2 = 3 pC = 3 1012 C ,

L = 2 m = 2 106 m .

Let :

~,

The dipole moment is ~p = q L

and

so

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

(c)

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

(d)

net force on the dipole equal to zero?

= 6 1018 C m .

Sketch the pair of charges, including the direction of the dipole moment.

2. (c) only

3. (c) and (d) correct

1.

~p

+q

5. (a) only

~p

2.

q

+q

~p

3.

q

+q

correct

4.

~p

+q

Explanation:

032

10.0 points

an external field.

7. None of these

Explanation:

The force on a charge in the electric field is

~ = qE

~ and the torque is defined as

given by F

~

~

T = ~r F .

X

~ =

~i.

~ = k q r and E

E

E

r2

some component of the electric field to be

zero.

Gauss law states

I

~ dA

~ = Q.

S = E

0

The electric dipole consists of two equal and

opposite charges separated by a distance. In

either situation (c) or (d), the electric field

is uniform everywhere between the infinite

parallel plates. Thus, the electric force on

one charge is equal but opposite to that on

another so that the net force on the whole

dipole is zero. By contrast, electric fields are

nonuniform for both (a) and (b).

033 10.0 points

What is the net electric flux through a closed

surface?

1. Zero if only negative charges are enclosed

by the surface

2. Infinite only if the net charge enclosed by

the surface is zero

6Q

0

6 Q

2.

0

2Q

3.

0

Q

4.

0

1.

5. 0

Q

0

2 Q

7.

correct

0

Explanation:

The total charge within the Gaussian surface is 2 Q, so the total electric flux is

6.

surface is zero correct

4. Infinite only if there are no charges enclosed by the surface

5. Zero if only positive charges are enclosed

by the surface

Explanation:

According to Gausss Law,

I

~ dA

~ = Q =0

E

0

Gaussian surface

+Q

-Q

2 Q

.

0

The point charge Q shown is at the center of

a metal box that is isolated, ungrounded, and

uncharged.

Pictured below is a distribution of 6 point

charges and their surrounding electric field.

-Q

only when Q = 0.

+Q

12

+Q

-Q

closed Gaussian surface shown?

everywhere.

2. The electric field inside the box is zero.

3. The electric field outside the box is the

same as if only the point charge (and not the

box) were there.

4. The electric field inside the box is the

same strength everywhere.

5. The net charge on the outside surface of

the box is Q. correct

Explanation:

Consider a Gaussian surface between the

outside and inside surface of the box and apply Gausss law. The electric field on such

surface is zero, because the box is a conductor

and there is no current, so the charge on the

inside surface of the box is Q. Since the box

is neutral, the charge on the outside surface

of the box is Q.

13

1

r2

M.

036 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points

1

r2

R radius

0

L.

1

r

Consider a solid conducting sphere of radius R and total charge Q. Which diagram

describes the E(r) vs r (electric field vs radial

distance) function for the sphere?

G.

1

2

r

1

r2

1. P correct

2. S

P.

3. G

4. L

1

2

r

0

S.

5. M

Explanation:

Because the charge distribution is spherically symmetric, select a spherical Gaussian

surface of radius r and surface area 4 r 2 concentric with the sphere. The electric field due

to the conducting sphere is directed radially

outward by symmetry and is therefore normal

~ is parallel

to the surface at every point and E

~

to dA at each point.

There is no charge within the Gaussian surface, so E = 0

for r < R .

For the region outside the conducting

sphere,

=

I

I

I

~

~

E = E dA = E dA = E

dA

qin

= E 4 r2 =

0

Q

qin

=

for r > R .

E=

4 0 r 2

4 0 r 2

1

3Q

by definition and k =

, so

3

4R

4 0

E=

4

3Q

kQ

k

r = 3 r.

3

3 4R

R

non-conducting sphere, we have the same conditions as for the conducting sphere when applying Gauss law, so

1

r2

E=

Q

.

4 0 r 2

M.

0

Which diagram describes the E(r) vs r

(electric field vs radial distance) function if

the sphere is instead a uniformly charged,

non-conducting sphere?

1. G

2. S

3. P

4. M correct

Explanation:

Select a spherical Gaussian surface of radius

r and volume V , where r < R, concentric

with the uniformly charged non-conducting

sphere. The charge qin within the Gaussian

surface of the volume V is less than Q; from

Q

the volume charge density ,

V

4

3

qin = V =

.

r

3

Applying Gauss law, for r < R,

qen

dA = E 4 r 2 =

0

4

r3

qen

3

=

=

r.

E=

2

2

4 0 r

4 0 r

3 0

E dA = E

1

r2

P.

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