A beam of electrons is passing a magnetic field at right angles as shown in figure. What would be the direction of force and which rule would you apply to find direction of force?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 24th Jul, 2017, 10:23: AM
As the direction of current is taken as opposite of direction of flow of electrons, applying Fleming’s left hand rule we find that the direction of force would be perpendicularly outwards from the page.
Answered by | 24th Jul, 2017, 12:23: PM
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