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#1 2013-06-11 22:28:03

ShivamS
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An alpha particle and a proton are moving in the plane of the paper in a region where there is a unifom magentic field
(B in vector notaion ) directed normal to the plane of the paper. If the two particles have equal linear momenta, what will be the ratioof the radii of their trajectories in the field?

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#2 2013-06-11 23:34:24

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Re: Physics

R_alpha/R_p=q_p/q_alpha, R are the radii and q are the charges of the particles.


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#3 2013-06-18 22:38:16

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Re: Physics

Thanks for the quick reply however that is not what I am getting. For the ratio, I am getting 2:1.


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