Problem No. 1.

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What would be the electrostatic force between two 1.00 C charges separated by a distance of a) 1.00 m and b) 1.00 km if such configuration could be set up ?
a). 9x109 N b). 9x103 N

Problem No. 1.2
What must be the distance between point charge q1 = 26.0 µC and point charge q2 = - 47 µC in order that the electrostatic force between them have a magnitude of 5.70 N ?

1,389 m

The initial acceleration of the first particle is observed to be 7. 7. 4.9x10-7 kg b). If the mass of the first particle is 6. what are a) the mass of the second particle b) the magnitude of the common charge ? a).3 x103 kg.084x10-11 C .2 x 10-3 m apart. held 3.0 m/s2 and that of the second to be 9.Problem No. are released from rest.0 m/s2. 1.3 Two equally charged particles.

1.Problem No. The electrostatic force acting on sphere 2 due to sphere 1 is F. having an insulating handle and initiallt neutral. Supposed now that a third identical sphere. what is electrostatic force F’ that now acts on sphere 2 ? 3/8 F . is touched first to sphere 1 then to sphere 2 and finally removed. In term of F.4 Identical isolated conducting spheres 1 and 2 have equal amounts of charge and separated by a distance large compared with their diameters.

6 How many mega coulombs of positive (or negative) charge are in 1.19 MC . 1.00 mol of neutral molecular hydrogen gas (H2 ) 0. a). q2 = 25 q2 Problem No. q1 = 9 q2 b). How must q1 and q2 be related for the net electrostatic force on charge +Q.Problem No. to be zero ? b). Repeat (a) but with the +Q charge placed at x = + 3a/2 a). placed at x = +a/2.5 Charges q1 and q2 lie on the x axis at points x = -a and x = +a respectively. 1.

00x1010 C. 625 . 1. How many excess electrons are on each drop. spherical water drops. a). giving it its charge imbalance ? a).7 Two tiny. 9x10-19 N b). What is the magnitude of the electrostatic force acting between them ? b). have a center-to center separation of 1.00 m.Problem No. with identical charges of -1.

1. assuming the volume of water is 250 cm3. 1.186x10_2 m Problem No.9 Calculate the number of coulombs of positive charge in a glass of (neutral) water.8 How far apart must two protons be if the magnitude of electrostatic force acting on either one is equal to its weight at the Earth’s surface ? mp = 1. 1.67x10-27 kg 1.Problem No.338x106 C .

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