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Open PhET simulation Charges and Fields. Place the +1 nC charge at the middle of the field vertically and a bit to the left horizontally. Do the electric field lines point towards this positive charge or away from it? Now place the -1 nC charge at the middle of the field vertically and a bit to the right horizontally. In what direction are the field lines pointing now. Away from both charges? Towards both charges? Away from one but towards the other? Is there a point between the charges where the voltage is zero? If so try your best to find it. Recall that 𝐸 = ∆𝑉 ∆𝑥 . Place the voltmeter at a point where the voltage is around 6.0 V. Make sure “Values” is checked in the box in the upper right-hand corner. Click on the pencil icon within the voltmeter icon. A circle appears. This circle is what is known as an equipotential surface. The voltage is equal to 6.0 volts all along this surface. Run the voltmeter along this circle and prove this to yourself. Place the voltmeter at a point where the voltage is around 1.0 V. Click on the pencil icon within the voltmeter icon. Now you have an equipotential surface where the voltage is 1.0 V all the way around it. Measure the distance between the two surfaces right between the two charges. Use this to calculate the electric field at this point. Show your work. Choose a point farther from the middle and measure the distance between the two surfaces at that area. Make sure the tape measure follows the field lines. Use this to calculate the electric field at this point. Show your work. Is there a difference in the field strength? Where is the field stronger? Place the voltmeter at a point where the voltage is around 10.0 V. Click on the pencil icon within the voltmeter icon. Now you have an equipotential surface where the voltage is 10.0 V all the way around it. Place the voltmeter at a point where the voltage is around -10.0 V. Click on the pencil icon within the voltmeter icon. Now you have an equipotential surface where the voltage is -10.0 V all the way around it. Measure the distance between the two surfaces right between the two charges. Use this to calculate the electric field at this point. Show your work. Choose a point farther from the middle and measure the distance between the two surfaces at that area. Make sure the tape measure follows the field lines. Use this to calculate the electric field at this point. Show your work. Is there a different in the field strength? Where is the field stronger? Grab the sensor and move it around. The sensor, through the red arrow, indicates the direction of the electric field as well its magnitude. Does the red arrow (representing the direction of the electric field) point towards the positive charge or the negative charge? Does this observation make sense? Move the sensor very near the negative charge. Is the electric field strong or weak at this point? Approximately what value is given for the electric field at this point? Move the sensor very near a point halfway between the negative and positive charges. Is the electric field stronger or weaker at this point? Approximately what value is given for the electric field at this point? Move the sensor very near the very edge of the screen far away from the charges. Is the electric field stronger or weaker at this point? Approximately what value is given for the electric field at this point?

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