Test: AP Physics 2

V blv

1.

A conductive rod is moving through a region of magnetic field, as diagrammed above. As a result of its motion, mobile charge carriers in the conductor separate, creating an electric potential across the rod. When, if ever, do the charge carriers cease this motion?

The motion stops when the electric field strength created by the separated charge equals the magnetic field strength.

The motion stops when the electric field created by the separated charges creates an equal and opposite force to the magnetic force created by the rod's motion.

The motion stops when the electric potential equals the magnetic field strength.

The motion does not stop. Mobile charge carriers continue to separate as long as the rod remains in motion.

The motion stops when the magnetic field created by the separated charges equals the external magnetic field.

1/3 questions

0%

Access results and powerful study features!

Take 15 seconds to create an account.
Start now! Create your free account and get access to features like:
  • Full length diagnostic tests
  • Invite your friends
  • Access hundreds of practice tests
  • Monitor your progress over time
  • Manage your tests and results
  • Monitor the progress of your class & students
By clicking Create Account you agree that you are at least 13 years old and you agree to the Varsity Tutors LLC Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.
Learning Tools by Varsity Tutors