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(Solved): An electron moves in a circle of radius r=4.061011m with a speed 3.16106m/s. Treat the c ...
An electron moves in a circle of radius r=4.06×10−11m with a speed 3.16×106m/s. Treat the circular path as a current loop with a constant current equal to the ratio of the electron's charge magnitude to the period of the motion. If the circle lies in a uniform magnetic field of magnitude B=6.53mT, what is the maximum possible magnitude of the torque produced on the loop by the field? Number Units