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What happens if a +vely charged particle is placed in the
centre of a room and assume that the north side wall is
having magnetised with north polarity and south side wall
is magnetised with south polarity.
In which direction the particle will move

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What happens if a +vely charged particle is placed in the centre of a room and assume that the nor..

Answer / gunjan kumar

if the polarity strength of the two wall is same then the
charged particle will stay constant.

else moves towards the opposite charged polarity walls.

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What happens if a +vely charged particle is placed in the centre of a room and assume that the nor..

Answer / mukhesh

it will be an same position not move

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What happens if a +vely charged particle is placed in the centre of a room and assume that the nor..

Answer / vinit

according to force experience by charge
f =q(v*b) direction of this force is perpendicular to both velocity and magnetic field.
if v is ==o( stationery)then it does not experience any magnetic force.it does not move.

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What happens if a +vely charged particle is placed in the centre of a room and assume that the nor..

Answer / mirang chawla

will move towards the negatively charged wall

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What happens if a +vely charged particle is placed in the centre of a room and assume that the nor..

Answer / sanjay verma

it will move in clock wise direction

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