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Posted by Stryker on Thursday, June 7, 2012 at 4:27pm.

An electron moves on a circular orbit in a uniform magnetic field. The strength of the field is 1.00ื10-5 tesla. The kinetic energy of the electron is 178.0 eV. (1 eV = 1 electron volt = 1.6 ื10−19 joules.) Calculate the radius of the orbit.
(electron parameters: the charge is -e where e = 1.602ื10-19 C; the mass is m = 9.11ื10-31 kg.)

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