The electric potential V in the space between the plates of a given vacuum tube is given by V = (4.50×102) x2, where V is in volts if x, the distance from one of the plates, is in meters. Calculate the magnitude and direction (sign) of the electric field at 2.880 cm.
The electric potential V in the space between the plates of a given vacuum tube is...
The electric potential V in the space between two flat parallel plates 1 and 2 is given (in volts) by V = 2200x2, where x (in meters) is the perpendicular distance from plate 1. At x = 1.7 cm, (a) what is the magnitude of the electric field and (b) is the field directed toward or away from plate 1?
Chapter 24, Problem 036 Incorrect. The electric potential V in the space between two flat parallel plates 1 and 2 is given (in volts) by V 1600x2, where x (in meters) is the perpendicular distance from plate 1. At x - 1.7 cm, (a) what is the magnitude of the electrnic field and (b) is the field directed toward or away rom plate 1? N/C (b)'raiay from plate ▼ the tolerance is +/-2% E PROBLEM
oblem 2 A vacuum-tube diode consists of two concentric cylindrical electrodes of opposite charge. The electric potential between the electrodes is given by V(x)Cxa where x is in meters and C is a constant. Let the distance between the electrodes equal 13.0 mm and their potential difference equal 240 V. (a) Calculate the value for C. 7.85x10 V/m3 (b) Derive and expression for the electric field between the electrodes as a function of x. [Answer not given.) (c) Determine the...
Problem 2 A vacuum-tube diode consists of two concentric cylindrical electrodes of opposite charge. The electric potential between the electrodes is given by V(x)C/ where x is in meters and C'is a constant. Let the distance between the electrode equal 13.0 mm and their potential difference equal 240 V (a) Calculate the value for C. 7.85x10 V/m b) Derive and expression for the electric field between the electrodes as a function of x. [Answer not given. (c) Determine the magnitude...
QUESTION 10 Two conducting parallel plates have an electric field between them of magnitude 150 V/m, with plate A at a potential of +8.5 V, and plate B at a potential of -2.62 V, as shown in the diagram. What is the distance between the plates, in units of meters? Give the answer as a positive number. Plate A Plate B I QUESTION 9 Two conducting parallel plates have a potential difference of 21.8 V between them. If the electric...
The electric potential in a particular region of space varies only as a function of y-position and is given by the function : V(y)=(4.34y ^2 +15.4y+75.6) Volts. Calculate the magnitude of the electric field at the position y=29.5 meters.
If the electric potential in a certain region of space is given by ? = 2?-???2 where V is in volts and xyz in meters, determine the electric field, in vector form, at point (0, 1, 2).
The potential difference between the two parallel plates shown in the drawing is 200 V. The distance between the plates is 0.03 meters. A particle (mass = 1 x 10-3 kg) with a charge of +5 C is released from rest at the positive plate. (a) What is the kinetic energy of the particle when it strikes the negative plate? (5 pt) (b) What is the speed of the particle when it strikes the negative plate? (10 pt) (e) What...
The figure below represents a graph o the electric potential in ㅀ region o space versus position x, where the electric ied is paralle to the x axis Fach vertical division on the graph is equal to 40 volts. x (cm) 0 23 4 (a) What is the electric field at 0.5 cm? Positive values represent electric fields in the +x direction. (b) what is the electric field at x = 2.5 cm? V/m (c) What is the electric field...
An engineer is designing a process for a new transistor. She uses a vacuum chamber to bombard a thin layer of silicon with ions of phosphorus, each of mass mP = 5.18 × 10-26 kg. The phosphorus ions are doubly ionized, with each phosphorus ion lacking two electrons. The ions start at rest at one end of the vacuum chamber and are accelerated by an electric field over a distance of re = 35 cm before they strike the silicon...