I was studying on partial derivatives, chain rule etc uptill now. Deadline of the homework is tomorrow night. I guess I will not be able to complete the homework. If someone would give me the solution I really appreciate it. Else I will quit the question. I know that here is not a question...
This is a piece of a spectrometer question and this region above is the velocity selector region. The question says "What should be the power of the voltage supply that we will use in velocity selector region?".
I think it is not a problem to just take this area about the question. I assumed...
I didn't ask the question for anything about the kinetic energy of the particle. You misunderstood me . I just wondered that what is the voltage supply's power.
I know only these relevant equations for power. But here there is a different situation, we have a parallel plates which we don't have to know I current. How should I think of about this? I wonder if it can be thought of a capasitor or something?
Assume that also we know E, B and velocity .
In velocity selector region, the question says "determine" but I did it like this below. I chose the voltage necessarily. Is there another way to determine these values?
I'll be hanged if I understand! Pardon but I'm just not be able to do these calculations. I'll glance at chain rule of partial derivatives. I guess we couldn't make progress.
I was talking about the same thing at #31. And because of we can't use these as m2-m1 in ##
(r_2 - r_1) = r_2 (1 - \sqrt{\frac{m_1}{m_2}})## I calculated these m2 and m1 one by one. So in this way, we don't have to use actual mneutron I think. What do you think?