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if a charged particle enters a uniform magnetic field with a velocity v,... the particle should not experience any force according to a person who is in a frame of reference which is moving with the particle, as for him the particle is at rest according to the book H.C. Verma, for that case an electric field would exert that very force, an electric field which is present due to the magnetic field....... but then....., how can we describe the motion of that particle, and if it is circular, how can we define the circle's radius, as it depends on its velocity, which is not even there when we've chosen that frame.


if a charged particle enters a uniform magnetic field with a velocity v,...


the particle should not experience any force according to a person who is in a frame of reference which is moving with the particle, as for him the particle is at rest


according to the book H.C. Verma, for that case an electric field would exert that very force, an electric field which is present due to the magnetic field.......


but then....., how can we describe the motion of that particle, and if it is circular, how can we define the circle's radius, as it depends on its velocity, which is not even there when we've chosen that frame.


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