17 - Magnetic Fields III

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PHYS FALL 2009 Magnetic Fields Magnetic Forces 10/02/09
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Schedule Today - Magnetic Fields III Monday - Magnetic Fields due to currents Wednesday - HW6 Due Thurs, Fri - Fall Break Mon - Review I Wed - Review II ( HW 7 Due! ) Fri - Exam II Next Week
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Magnetic Force A positively-charged particle is stationary in a constant magnetic feld within a region o± space. Which one o± the ±ollowing statements concerning the particle is true? a) The particle will not move. b) The particle will accelerate in the direction perpendicular to the feld. c) The particle will accelerate in the direction parallel to the feld. d) The particle will accelerate in the direction opposite to the feld. e) The particle will move with constant velocity in the direction o± the feld.
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F = q E + q v × B “Crossed Fields” Circular Motion electron charge “Hall Probe” electron discovery “TV” tuning Aurora Borealis mass spectrometer
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Mass Spectrometer A initially stationary ion is accelerated by an electric feld through a potential V.
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