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Grade: 12

                        

What is working of a cyclotron and principles of cyclotron

4 years ago

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Vikas TU
12158 Points
							
Principle of operation ----->
A cyclotron accelerates a particle which is flly chrges to an extent by using high frequency ac voltage between two hollow plates kept inside the hollow chamber.
and the foce is goverend by:
F =qB/2*pi*m
 
4 years ago
Umakant biswal
5359 Points
							
@ ankit 
i am explaining here the working of cyclotron . 
the charge will follow a spiral path with increasing radius as its under constant acceleration due to external magnetic field ( perpendicular to the plane of paper ) 
the chamber D1 and D2 ARE HOLLOW AND ALLOW THE PARTICLE TO FLOW through them . 
the oscillator help in changing the electric polarity of the two dees ( D1 AND D2 ) it changes from negative to positive repeatedly . 
this helps in accelerating the charge as its drawn to its opposite polarity . 
HOPE IT CLEARS YUR DOUBT 
ALL THE BEST ..
4 years ago
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