Understand why a moving charge gets deflected in a strong magnetic field and determine the force experienced by the charge moving in the magnetic field. Discuss the importance of Fleming’s left hand rule in determining the direction of force on the conductor carrying current in a uniform magnetic field. Discuss and relate magnetic field and flux through a surface and investigate how to measure the flux through any given surface using Gauss’ law. Investigate and explore the motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field, with relevance to practical observations like trajectory of electron beam in a helmholtz coil. Discover the working of a mass spectrometer and its application to determine the mass of a charged particle. Discuss the hall effect and its application to determine the force on the charged particle in a uniform magnetic field.
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This topic covers under Chemistry subject as a part of the Electricity and Magnetism topic and this topic contains following sub topics Magnetic Forces Force experienced by charge in a magnetic field Motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field Mass spectrometer Torque on a current carrying coil Direct current motor