Question

A proton traveling at 21.9° with respect to the direction of a
magnetic field of strength 3.42 mT experiences a magnetic force of
8.79 × 10^{-17} N. Calculate **(a)** the
proton's speed and **(b)** its kinetic energy in
electron-volts.

Answer #1

A proton traveling at 29.5° with respect to the direction of a
magnetic field of strength 2.33 mT experiences a magnetic force of
7.29 × 10-17 N. Calculate (a) the
proton's speed and (b) its kinetic energy in
electron-volts.

A Proton traveling at 23.0o with respect to the direction of a
magnetic field of strength 2.60 mT experiences to the magnetic
field of 6.50*10-17 N. Calculate (a) the Proton speed and (b) its
kinetic energy in electron volts

A proton (e = 1.60 X 10-19 C and m = 1.67
X 10-27 kg) is traveling at 90.0° with respect to the
direction of a magnetic field of strength 4.50 mT experiences a
magnetic forceof 7.50 X 10-17 N. The
proton's kinetic energy is:

A group of particles is traveling in a magnetic field of unknown
magnitude and direction. You observe that a proton moving at 1.30
km/s in the +x-direction experiences a force of 2.10×10−16 N in the
+y-direction, and an electron moving at 4.50 km/s in the
−z-direction experiences a force of 8.60×10−16 N in the
+y-direction. What is the magnitude of the magnetic field?
b-What is the direction of the magnetic field? (in the
xz-plane)

A group of particles is traveling in a magnetic field of unknown
magnitude and direction. You observe that a proton moving at 1.20
km/s in the +x-direction experiences a force of
2.06×10−16 N in the +y-direction, and an
electron moving at 4.40 km/s in the −z-direction
experiences a force of 8.40×10−16 N in the
+y-direction.
Part A: What is the magnitude of the magnetic field?
Park B: What is the direction of the magnetic field? (in the
xz -plane
Part...

A proton traveling at 4.20 km/s suddenly enters a uniform
magnetic field of 0.770 T , traveling at an angle of 55.0 ∘ with
the field lines
a) Find the magnitude of the force this magnetic field exerts on
the proton.
Express your answer in newtons to three significant figures.
b) If you can vary the direction of the proton's velocity, find
the magnitude of the maximum force you could achieve.
Express your answer in newtons to three significant figures....

1. A uniform magnetic field B has a strength of 1.0 T and a
direction of 50.0° with respect to the +x-axis. A proton
(1.602e-19)is traveling through the field at an angle of -30° with
respect to the +x-axis at a velocity of 3.50 ×107 m/s.
What is the magnitude of the magnetic force on the proton?
_____________ N
2. The radius of curvature of spherical mirror is 30.0 cm. If a
real object of height 5.5 cm is located...

A proton and an electron traveling at the same speed enter a
uniform magnetic field. The velocity vector of each particle is
perpendicular to the magnetic field. Which of the following
statements best describes their motions?
The paths of both particles will curve in the same direction,
but the radius of the electron's trajectory will be much larger
than the radius of the proton's trajectory.
The paths of both particles will curve in same direction, but
the radius of the...

A group of particles is traveling in a magnetic field of unknown
magnitude and direction. You observe that a proton moving at
1.60km/s in the +x-direction experiences a force of
2.06

A proton, traveling with a velocity of 2.7 106 m/s due east,
experiences a maximum magnetic force of 8.0 10-14 N. The direction
of the force is straight down, toward the surface of the earth.
What is the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field B,
assumed perpendicular to the motion?

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