how does the particles act in a magnetic field ?
Asked by kanishkapanwar2424 | 8th Aug, 2015, 08:12: PM
A charged particle when moves through a magnetic field a force acts on it.
It depends on the charge and velocity and the direction in which the particle is initially moving.
If it is travelling along the direction of magnetic field, then there will be no affect of the field on the particle.
If however, itis travelling at an angle then a force will act on it given as
F = qvBsinθ
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 9th Aug, 2015, 12:16: PM
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