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If it moves in a known field, we may require its velocity at different points . When E lines are parallel, potential difference (V2 - VI) is obtained by merely multiplying field E by distance x moved along the field, taking careful account of direction and, therefore , sign . When E is varying, but the path along which the potential change is to be calculated is always along an E line, a distance dl must be chosen, infinitesimally small so that E can be regarded as constant, and the infinitesimal increase in potential d V calculated by finding -- Edl for that small displacement.
Photoresistors work by the generation of electron-hole pairs by light photons. 34 Suitable materials need a low carrier concentration to reduce recombination and thus a high mobility to keep their resistivity low. The acceleration a of a charge particle of charge q and mass m in an electric field E is given by a = Eq/m. The speed v gained by a charged particle moving from rest through a potential change A V is given by: mv 2 AV= - 2q Discharge tubes work by accelerating gas ions until they cause further ionization and an avalanche discharge.
These can be minimized by using plates relatively close together compared with their lengths, but more complex cases will need to be considered at some stage, of course. 4). There are many examples where the reverse is needed, when E is known over a region and the difference in potential is required between two points in the field. For instance the velocity of a free electron in a cathode ray tube depends on its potential relative to the potential at which its velocity is zero. If it moves in a known field, we may require its velocity at different points .