Physics Unit 15 - Electric Field and Electric Potential
High School, College, and AP Physics 1
This is the second course covering the major topic of electrostatics, also known as static electricity. This course is a bit more quantitative than the prior and we will cover some concepts which can be challenging for the first year student. Our main focus in this course is looking at the electric field, electric potential, and energy.
The previous course, Electric Charge and Force, focused on how charges might interact with each other. This course looks more at the underlying reasons why charges interact and behave the way we do. While this course is the final course wihtin electrostatics, it serves as an excellent foundation to begin the next series of courses covering electricity and electric flow.
StartUnits 14 & 15 - Electrostatics Workbook
Start1 - Electric Field Lines (7:18)
Start2 - Electric Field vs. Gravitational Field (6:54)
Start3 - Electric Field Examples (7:20)
Start4 - Properties of Electric Fields within Conductors (11:25)
Start5 - Introduction to Electric Potential Energy (4:59)
Start6 - Electric Potential (8:45)
Start7 - Uniform Electric Field Potential (7:29)
Start8 - Equipotential Lines (12:17)
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