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Posted by Connor on Monday, December 7, 2009 at 8:14pm.

There are two situations in which it possible for a charged particle to be in a magnetic field but not experiencing a magnetic force. What are they?

Given that Fm=qVBsintheta,
I am going to say

1. If the particle is NOT in motion.
2. The direction of currect and the direction of the magnetic field strength are parallel. (Making sin180=0).

Is this right?

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