StudyGuideChapter29 - Magnetic Force and Field Study Guide...

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Magnetic Force and Field Study Guide for Chapter 29 Outline 1–2. Magnetic Fields A can exert force on any charge. The force on a charge is magnetic field moving F F v B    where is the velocity of the charge, and is the magnetic field vector at the location of the vB charge. Magnetic field is measured in teslas (T), where T N A m.   A long, straight, current-carrying wire produces a magnetic field whose magnitude is determined by the following equation:   where T m A. You can determine the direction of this magnetic field using      the right-hand rule Section 2 also mentions Gauss' law for magnetic fields. This law states that the net magnetic flux B (i.e. flux of ) through any closed surface is zero:  out in   Problems: Answers:
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2010 for the course PHY 56705 taught by Professor Turner during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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