A particle with charge q moves with a velocity v in a direction perpendicular to the directions of uniform electric and magnetic fields, E and B respectively, which are mutually perpendicular to each other. Which one of the following gives the condition for which the particle moves undeflected in its original trajectory?
A proton of mass m moving with a speed v (< < c, velocity of light in vacuum) completes a circular orbit in time T in a uniform magnetic field. If the speed of the proton is increased to $$\sqrt 2 $$ v, what will be time needed to complete the circular orbit?
A uniform current is flowing along the length of an infinite, straight, thin, hollow cylinder of radius R. The magnetic field B produced at a perpendicular distance d from the axis of the cylinder is plotted in a graph. Which of the following figures looks like the plot?
A circular loop of radius r of conducting wire connected with a voltage source of zero internal resistance produces a magnetic field B at its centre. If instead, a circular loop of radius 2r, made of same material, having the same cross-section is connected to the same voltage source, what will be the magnetic field at its centre?
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