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An electric charge q moves with a constant velocity v parallel to the lines of forces of a uniform magnetic field B. The force experienced by the charge is

An electric charge q moves with a constant velocity v parallel to the lines of forces of a uniform magnetic field B. The force experienced by the charge is
 

Grade:10

1 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
The force acting on a charges particle moving in circular motion is given as:
 
F = qvB sin theta
 
According to question, velocity is parallel to the magnetic field. This means, θ = 0°.
We know,
sin 0 = 0
 
hence F = 0
 
hence the force experienced by the charge will be zero.

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