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tica86

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----I know the answer is 1200 eV but if someone could explain how to get the answer?? And how do I apply 1/2mv^2=qV

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tica86

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----I know the answer is 1200 eV but if someone could explain how to get the answer?? And how do I apply 1/2mv^2=qV

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gneill

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Remember that electrical potential is measured in Volts, and that the Volt can be broken down further in terms of units:

[tex] [Volt] = \frac{[Joule]}{[Coulomb]} [/tex]

The electron has a charge in coulombs. The field bestows

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