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The Chapter-26 Magnetic Field: (Additional Questions) 1-) An electron that has velocity r v = ( 2 106 m/s ) i + ( 3 106 m/s ) j r j moves through the magnetic field B = ( 0.03 T ) i ( 0.15 T ) . (a) Find the force on the electron. (b) Repeat your calculation for a proton having the same velocity. Solution: (a) The force on the electron is r rr FB = qv B = q vxi + v y Bxi + B y j j ( = q ( vx By v y...

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