|Jul23-12, 01:34 AM||#1|
Does electron beams act like current carrying wires to themselves?
I was just wondering, that if we have two electron beams passing by each other, would there be any magnetic interaction between them ? Just like, electrons in current carrying wires.
I asked the similar question earlier but with the change that one of them was a current carrying wire, whereas here both of them are electron beams.
Since, magnetic force is considered as a relativistic effect, I'm curious how it comes to play when we have only electron beams.
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