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# Electrostatics

Additional problems - This field comprises phenomena and properties resulting from the interaction of stationary and moving electrical charges.

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This field comprises phenomena and properties resulting from the interaction of stationary and moving electrical charges.

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The behavior of electric forces between charged particles will be explored in detail. Scenarios involving up to 3 charged particles will be considered.

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This question set applies Coulomb’s Law to problems involving multiple charges. Vector addition is required to determine the net force on a charge in different arrangements.

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An introductory set to electric fields. This set focuses on finding the electric field at a single point due to different charge configurations.

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Explore different visual representations of electric fields in this question set, including vector fields and electric field lines.

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Both electric potential energy and electric potential are fully explored in this question set. Scenarios involving parallel charged plates and point charge systems will be considered.

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