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In a Hydrogen aton, an electron goes round the proton at a rate of 7 x 10^5 rev/s in a circular orbit of radius 5.0 x 10^-11

What is the current produced by the revolution of electron?

Well, the formula for current is Q/t and Ne/t. I don't know how to convert the angular velocity to current. Please help!

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# Homework Help: Current produced by rev of electron

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