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In a synchrotron, electrons are accelerated to speeds close to the speed of light v≈c≈3×108 m/s Suppose that in a synchrotron, 100 billion (10^11) electrons move in a circular orbit of circumference L=300 m . Determine the electric current in Amps due the flow of electrons in the synchrotron. You may assume that the electrons are homogeneously distributed over the circular orbit.
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