Posted by **help** on Sunday, April 21, 2013 at 6:15am.

A neutral solid conducting cylinder rotates about its axis with angular speed 1600 rad/s. In addition, there is an external magnetic field of induction B directed along the cylinder's axis. What must the magnitude of the magnetic field in Teslas so that no electric field is created inside the conductor?Hint: The material is originally neutral. If electric fields are created, then what would that imply about the distribution of the electrons in the metal?

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The specific charge of the electron is e/me=1.76×10^11C/kg

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