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PH 223 30:1-3
Transcript of PH 223 30:1-3
A 2.0 x 10 V/m electric field creates a 3.5 x 10 electron/s current in a 1.0 mm diameter aluminum wire. What are the drift speed and the mean time between collisions for electrons in this wire? (n = 6 x 10 )
An aluminum wire consists of the three segments shown here. The current in the top segment is 10 A. for each of these three segments find the, Current, Current density, Drift velocity, Electron current. (n = 6 x 10 )
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