Speed of a particle that can pass through plates

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Two plates, potential difference V =1500 which are .012m apart. What speed particle can pass through them without being deflected?
 

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Gmaximus said:
Two plates, potential difference V =1500 which are .012m apart. What speed particle can pass through them without being deflected?
I think you need to state the problem completely. This makes no sense. The spirit of things around here is that you tell us what you have done so far. Then you can get some direction for going farther, or redirected to a new approach.
 
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U need to know the magnetic field.If it hadn't been for a magnetic field,the particle would be deviated by the electric field.

Daniel.
 

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