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Homework Help: Physics ( electricity)

Posted by Art on Sunday, May 27, 2012 at 5:31pm.

An electrom (qe = -1.6^-19 Coulomb) moves a distance of 0.170m in an 8.00 N/C electric field. Using appropriate formulas and a logical method, find the energy gained by the electrom.

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