Sir , if a magnetic field is increasing in a cylindrical volume at a constant rate. then what will be direction of instantaneous acceleration experienced by an electron placed inside cylinder but not on center?
Asked by yashrajgharte24.12dgatl | 24th Sep, 2021, 04:21: PM
Magnetic force experienced by a moving electron is always perpendicular to the direction of velocity .
Hence magnetic field only deflects the electron and changes path of electron .
Speed of electron will never change in magnetic field , hence acceleration will be zero.
Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 24th Sep, 2021, 04:54: PM
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