[tex] \textbf{L} \ = \ q\left( \textbf{v \ x \ B} \right) [/tex](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

L, v, and B are vectors, and B represents magnetic induction.

if [tex] \textbf{v} \ = \widehat{x}, [/tex]

then [tex] \textbf{v x B} = \widehat{x} \ \textbf{x B}[/tex]

What is this quantity, [tex] \widehat{x} \ \textbf{x B}[/tex], geometrically?

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# Lorentz Force Equation

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