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Is there any formula which can help me to find out the stregth of magnetic field required to catch a very fast moving object of very negligiable mass around 0.32 gm.

Is there any formula which can help me to find out the stregth of magnetic field required to catch a very fast moving object of very negligiable mass around 0.32 gm.

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Saurabh Kumar
askIITians Faculty 2411 Points
5 years ago
When we can find the strength of magnetic field of a moving charge(a bunch of electrons of very quantum mass), then m = 0.32 gm is very massive as compare to the massof an electron or proton..
Thre would be limiting approach under classical mechanics-magnetism.

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