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## Homework Statement

Known data:

[tex]v_{final}=3.99*10^{7}m/s[/tex]

[tex]f_{osc}=12MHz[/tex]

[tex]B=1.6T[/tex]

[tex]R=0.53m[/tex]

[tex]V_{acc}=80kV[/tex]

[tex]q_{deut}=1.602*10^{-19}C[/tex]

[tex]m_{deut}=3.344*10^{-27}kg[/tex]

**answer according to Halliday and Resnick x=240m**

I got it all, and I have to find how much distance was travelled by the

**deuteron**in the cyclotron, from starting of acceleration to the end of it.

## The Attempt at a Solution

From the potential across the dees I get

[tex]v_{gained_per_turn}=\sqrt{\frac{2E}{m_{deut}}}=2768586.602m/s[/tex]

Since I know the final speed I can find the amount of turns the deuteron was in the cyclotron

[tex]n=\frac{v_{final}}{v_{gained_per_turn}}=14.41turns[/tex]

Since f is constant, so is T and I can find the amount of time spent in the cyclotron:

[tex]t_{spent}=n*T=n*\frac{1}{f_{osc}}=1.2*10^{-6}s[/tex]

The acceleration must be constant, the accelerating voltage is not changing

[tex]a=\frac{v_{gained_per_turn}}{T}=3.32*10^{13}\frac{m}{s^{2}}[/tex]

Now

[tex]x=\frac{1}{2}a*t^{2}=23.92m[/tex]

The answer in the book is 240m, which differs from mine ten times, smells like a power error?

Or am I doing something wrong?