Which Statement Is Always Correct When Applied to a Charge
Which statement is always correct when applied to a charge distribution located in a finite region of space?
A)Electric potential is always zero at infinity.
B)Electric potential is always zero at the origin.
C)Electric potential is always zero at a boundary surface to a charge distribution.
D)Electric potential is always infinite at a boundary surface to a charge distribution.
E)The location where electric potential is zero may be chosen arbitrarily.
Two large parallel conducting plates are 8.0 cm apart and carry equal but opposite charges on their facing surfaces.The magnitude of the surface charge density on either of the facing surfaces is 2.0 nC/m2.Determine the magnitude of the electric potential difference between the plates.
A solid conducting sphere (radius = 5.0 cm)has a charge of 0.25 nC distributed uniformly on its surface.If point A is located at the center of the sphere and point B is 15 cm from the center,what is the magnitude of the electric potential difference between these two points?
A charge of 40 pC is distributed on an isolated spherical conductor that has a 4.0-cm radius.Point A is 1.0 cm from the center of the conductor and point B is 5.0 cm from the center of the conductor.Determine the electric potential difference VA VB.