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An ion having charge

Course: PHYSICS PHY 2020, Spring 2012

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An ion having charge +6 is traveling horizontally to the left at 8.50 when it enters a magnetic field that is perpendicular to its velocity and deflects it downward with an initial magnetic force of 6.941015 What is the direction of this field? .

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