# Electrostatics Review

## Quiz by Steven

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16 questions
• Q1
The fact that electric charge can neither be created or destroyed, but can be rearranged is
Conservation of Charge
Conservation of fundamentals
Conservation of Momentum
Conservation of Energy
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• Q2
Which of the following would not be considered a conductor.
iron nail
aluminum foil
A rubber balloon
a copper wire
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• Q3
A poor conductive material is known as a(n) ____
conductor
neutron
inductor
insulator
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• Q4
The atomic nucleus contains
electrons and protons
only protons
protons and neutrons
electrons and neutrons
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• Q5
If an atom has an unequal number of electrons and protons then the atom is said to be an
ion
nucleon
molecule
element
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• Q6
Coulomb's Law says that the force between any two charges depends
both A and B
B. inversely on the square of the distance between the charges
A. directly on the magnitude of charges
neither A or B.
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• Q7
The force between two charges located 2 meters apart is 10N. What will the force be between these two charges when they are located 1 meter apart.
20N
40N
2.25 N
5N
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• Q8
The force between two charges located 2 meters apart is 12N. What will the force be between these two charges when they are located 4 meters apart.
48N
24N
6N
3N
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• Q9
The force between two charges located 2 meters apart is 10N. What will the force be between these two charges be if both of the charges are tripled.
.10N
30N
90N
19N
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• Q10
In a good insulator, electrons are usually
tightly bound in place
free to move around
free to move around after an impurity has been added
semi-free to move around
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• Q11
Two positive charges are placed near each other, the two charges will
repel each other in opposite directions with equal forces
sit there until you move them again
attract each other in opposite directions with equal forces
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• Q12
A positive and negative charge are placed near each other, the two charges will
repel each other in opposite directions with equal forces
sit there until you move them again
attract each other in opposite directions with equal forces
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• Q13
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• Q14
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• Q15
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