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Unformatted text preview: EXAMPLE: problem 6 from page 757 A proton (charge = +)e 1.6 x 1049 C) oves with velocity m/S in a region where the magnetic field is = (5+ 2133/; T. What is the magnitude of the magnetic force on this particle? “if? A A A) A A 3/?) wan—w WW ,i M (“J
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RECOMMENDED: Work through example 22.3 on page 734. Calculating
magnetic field from bending of an electron beam. EXAMPLE: based on problem 21, page 758 A rectangular coil is hinged so that it can
turn around one side that is parallel to the
yaxis. The sides parallel to the yaxis are
0.40 m in length and the sides
perpendicular to the yaxis are 0.30 m in
length. The coil consists of 100 tightly
wrapped turns and the angle between the
plane of the coil and the x—axis is 30°. A
current of 1.2 A circulates as shown. A
magnetic field of 0.80 T points in the x
direction. What is the torque on the coil? i z,
@Anecz I 0x3mxd7v‘trw10, ’97”:
MW : /'00X/«2/?s(0‘/2m7: Lama/v0 Wow/w gavva
A A A 7
Q/S/M XE
/Z’/‘/Z//g/5’\4500: #0409”? Xoig’fk Shad“
; 7/7? Wm‘ D/reokhw/ 73> w; [pf/tun (at0‘90?) In what direction would it start to rotate if allowed to turn about the
hinge? ﬂoﬁdhw Way ée C/ﬂz/Zd/VSQ 56057 Zﬂ/O’m Qéﬂﬂe EXAMPLE: 22.6 Magnetic field on axis of circular current loop Look at a loop of radius r located in the yz plane carrying a current].
What is the magnetic field a distance x from the centre of the loop
along its axis? EXAMPLE: 22.6 Magnetic field on axis of circular current loop Look at a loop of radius r located in the yz plane carrying a current I.
What is the magnetic field a distance x from the centre of the loop
along its axis? ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2012 for the course PHYSICS 1051 taught by Professor Michaelmorrow during the Winter '12 term at Memorial University.
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