|Aug5-12, 12:17 PM||#1|
What is the motion of a particle that has failed the velocity selector?
If a particle's velocity does not fit the ratio of E and B fields, it will be deflected.
But how do I get about formulating a mathematical equation which describes the displacement-time graph of a particle which is deflected?
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