is it tru that the direction of mgnetic feild is always perpendicullar to direc. of magnetic force ?

Asked by baligabn | 11th Apr, 2009, 10:51: PM

Expert Answer:

The force is always perpendicular to the direction of the magnetic field and not vice versa.

This is given by F = q(vXB).

Due to the field there is a force but due to a magnetic force a magnetic field is not present.

The electric force is along the electric field and F = qE and again not vice versa.


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Answered by  | 1st May, 2009, 02:20: PM

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