Consider a charged particle moving in a magnetic field with a constant velocity of in a direction perpendicular to the magnetic field. The mass and charge of the particle is and respectively. If the free-fall acceleration in the magnetic field region is what is the appropriate magnetic field?
A uniform magnetic field of magnitude is directed vertically upward. If a proton with kinetic energy enters the chamber horizontally, what is the approximate magnetic deflecting force acting on the proton as it enters the magnetic field?
The proton mass is and (Neglect Earth's magnetic field.)
and the magnitude of the magnetic field (directed into the screen) in both the velocity selector and the deflection chamber is If a singly charged ion with mass passes the velocity selector region with no deflection, what is the approximate radius of the path in deflection chamber?The above is a schematic diagram of a mass spectrometer. The magnitude of the electric field between the plates of the velocity selector is
The value of the elementary charge is
and charge enters a region of uniform magnetic field (directed into the screen) and uniform electric field (directed downward). If the particle with a speed of passes through the device with no deflection, what is the magnitude of the electric field?In the above diagram, a charged particle with mass
A proton is traveling in a magnetic field of with the angle of with respect to the direction of the magnetic field. If the proton experiences a magnetic force of what is the approximate kinetic energy of the proton?
The proton mass is and the value of the elementary charge is