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How fast must a cetrifuge rotate in order for a particle 9cm from the axis of rotation to experience an acceleration of 115000g's

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115000*9.8=V^2/.09 solve for v.

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If w is the angular rotation rate in radians per second, you must have

R*w^2 = 115,000 g = 1.127*10^6 m/s^2

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