3 Simultaneous Magnetic and Electric Fields

... F = qE + qv x B =0 qE = qv x B v=E/B An entering particle of this speed will continue moving straight across the plates. If the particle has a different speed, then the magnetic force will be different and the net force will not be zero. ...

... F = qE + qv x B =0 qE = qv x B v=E/B An entering particle of this speed will continue moving straight across the plates. If the particle has a different speed, then the magnetic force will be different and the net force will not be zero. ...

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... The force due to the magnetic field is normal to plane containing the magnetic field and velocity vectors and that due to electric field is along the direction of the field (for positive charge and opposite to the negative charge), The total force is the resultant of both and acceleration is due to ...

... The force due to the magnetic field is normal to plane containing the magnetic field and velocity vectors and that due to electric field is along the direction of the field (for positive charge and opposite to the negative charge), The total force is the resultant of both and acceleration is due to ...

Columbs lov Elektrisk flux Transformers Resonans i krets

... LC-krets(fig(7) LRC-seriekrets(fig8) Faraday’s law(fig9) Lenz’s law statwes that an induced current or emf always tends to oppose or cancel out the change thet caused it.(fig10) Motional emf(fig11) Induced electric fields(fig12) Gauss’s law for ...

... LC-krets(fig(7) LRC-seriekrets(fig8) Faraday’s law(fig9) Lenz’s law statwes that an induced current or emf always tends to oppose or cancel out the change thet caused it.(fig10) Motional emf(fig11) Induced electric fields(fig12) Gauss’s law for ...

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... A long solenoid of cross sectional area, A, creates a magnetic field, B0(t) that is spatially uniform inside and zero outside the solenoid. SO: B(t) ...

... A long solenoid of cross sectional area, A, creates a magnetic field, B0(t) that is spatially uniform inside and zero outside the solenoid. SO: B(t) ...

Homework No. 06 (Spring 2015) PHYS 420: Electricity and Magnetism II

... (a) I leave the derivation of the above vector potential as an optional exercise, with bonus points worth 50 points that could be used towards another homework. (b) Using an appropriate diagram describe the above vector potential and the magnetic field. (c) Evaluate ∇ × A. ...

... (a) I leave the derivation of the above vector potential as an optional exercise, with bonus points worth 50 points that could be used towards another homework. (b) Using an appropriate diagram describe the above vector potential and the magnetic field. (c) Evaluate ∇ × A. ...

PHY 231 Lecture 29 (Fall 2006)

... Determining the Direction of Force, the Right Hand Rule Point your fingers in the direction of v Curl the fingers in the direction of the magnetic field, B Your thumb points in the direction of the force, F , on a positive charge If the charge is negative, the force is opposite that determined by t ...

... Determining the Direction of Force, the Right Hand Rule Point your fingers in the direction of v Curl the fingers in the direction of the magnetic field, B Your thumb points in the direction of the force, F , on a positive charge If the charge is negative, the force is opposite that determined by t ...

Slide 1

... The force produced by a magnetic field on a single electron depends on the velocity of the electron and the strength of the magnetic field. F=qvB q is the charge measured in Coulombs v is velocity measured in m/s B is magnetic field strength measured in T The direction of the force is giv ...

... The force produced by a magnetic field on a single electron depends on the velocity of the electron and the strength of the magnetic field. F=qvB q is the charge measured in Coulombs v is velocity measured in m/s B is magnetic field strength measured in T The direction of the force is giv ...

1. Magnetic field due to a current a differential current

... The three long parallel wires, equally spaced, carry the same current. Q1 Which wire receives the strongest force due to the currents in the other two ? b Q2 Which wire receives the weakest force? a ...

... The three long parallel wires, equally spaced, carry the same current. Q1 Which wire receives the strongest force due to the currents in the other two ? b Q2 Which wire receives the weakest force? a ...

Name: Notes – 22.5-22.6 Circular Motion in a Magnetic Field Lines

... A proton with just the right velocity will pass straight through the apparatus shown below from left to right that has crossed E and B fields that are perpendicular to each other. The electric charges on the upper and lower plates are shown. ...

... A proton with just the right velocity will pass straight through the apparatus shown below from left to right that has crossed E and B fields that are perpendicular to each other. The electric charges on the upper and lower plates are shown. ...