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A beam of electrons can be thought of as an electric current direction is opposite direction of the moving electrons suppose you find that an electron beam coming towards a horizontal magnetic field gets deflected towards your right what is the direction of the magnetic field with that Paints the team

A beam of electrons can be thought of as an electric current direction is opposite direction of the moving electrons suppose you find that an electron beam coming towards a horizontal magnetic field gets deflected towards your right what is the direction of the magnetic field with that Paints the team

Grade:10

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Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago
The direction of magnetic field is given by Fleming’s left hand rule. The direction of electric current will be from front wall to back wall as it is opposite to the direction of electron. Now since the direction of force is towards the right side. Hence by applying Fleming’s left hand rule, we can conclude that the magnetic field inside the chamber is in downward direction

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