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tasnim rahman

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**extra**force only changes the velocity of the electron, keeping the radius of orbit constant. Now it has a new velocity v2, where v2>v1. In a purely classical approach, wouldn't the electron feel a greater Lorentz force due to the higher velocity? This would increase the velocity even more for a fixed orbit radius. Thus, shouldn't the velocity and thus the Lorentz force on the electron keep increasing infinitely? Urgent help would be appreciated.