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What attractive forces would act on each bundle?
The number of moles of copper is This is an enormous charge. For comparison, if you rub a plastic rod with fur, you will be lucky to deposit numerocals more than 10 -9 C on the rod. From the above observation we conclude that, the attractive force act on each bundle would be 1.
This is called Gaussian surface. From the above observation we conclude that, the field outside the sphere is exactly the same as it would have been if all the charge had been concentrated at the center.
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A neutral water molecule H 2 O in its vapor state has an electric dipole moment of 6. So the magnitude of the dipole moment is.
Substituting this value in that equation gives. From the above observation we conclude that, the work done by the external agent would be 1. The electrostatic nmuericals force between two positively charged ions carrying equal charges is given by 3. Calculate the number of electrons missing from each ion?
From the above observation we conclude that, the number of electrons missing from each ion will be 2. DearPreparing for entrance numericalw Register yourself for the free demo class from askiitians.
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