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# 4) A Proton is released from rest from the upper plate of a capacitor The thickness of the capacitor is 0.10 m. The electric potential difference between the two pl...

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###### 4) A Proton is released from rest from the upper plate of a capacitor The thickness of the capacitor is 0.10 m. The electric potential difference between the two plates is V= 5.0 V(k = 8.99 109 N m2/C2, e = 1.60 10-19 C , m proton = 1.67x 10-27 kg,a) What is the initial electric potential energy of proton?b) What is the initial kinetic energy of the proton?c) What is the final electric potential energy of proton?What is the final kinetic energy of the proton?e) What is the speed of the proton wh

4) A Proton is released from rest from the upper plate of a capacitor The thickness of the capacitor is 0.10 m. The electric potential difference between the two plates is V= 5.0 V (k = 8.99 109 N m2/C2, e = 1.60 10-19 C , m proton = 1.67x 10-27 kg, a) What is the initial electric potential energy of proton? b) What is the initial kinetic energy of the proton? c) What is the final electric potential energy of proton? What is the final kinetic energy of the proton? e) What is the speed of the proton when it reaches to the second plate?  #### Similar Solved Questions

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