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q21.keyword e=exponential in case if i confused u .

In a tube similar to that used in the Thomson's electromagnetic experiment, a magnetic of 1.00 x 10e-2 T is sufficient to allow the electrons to pass through the electric delfection plates. The plates are 10 mm apart and have a potential difference of 300 V across them.

(a) what is the strength of the electric field between the plates? 3x10e4 vm(i did and checked with the book)no problem with this question...

(b)What was the speed of the lectrons as they entered the region between the plates? working on...

(c) what was the strength of the magnetic force acting on the electrons.

havent try

i only have some formulas to work with it

F = qvBsinO v=velocity

E = V/d V=voltage

v= B/E <--- not quite sure about this .i tried to apply for (b) but didnt quite get the answer. I have answer at the back of book but i cant work it out...

thanks in advanced

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