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Posted by Rex on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 7:25pm.

Singly charged positive ions are kept on a circular orbit in a cyclotron. The magnetic field inside the cyclotron is 0.947 T. The mass of the ions is 3.0110-26 kg, and speed of the ions is 3.45 percent of the speed of the light. What is the diameter of the orbit? (The speed of the light is 3.00108 m/s. Neglect relativistic effects.)
How many times do the ions complete their orbit in 11.0 s?
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