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 2 years ago
hey... just wanna know... anyone knows how the radius of the 'dees' on a cyclotron affects the velocity of the charged particles? please do help.. thanks loads..:)
 2 years ago
hey... just wanna know... anyone knows how the radius of the 'dees' on a cyclotron affects the velocity of the charged particles? please do help.. thanks loads..:)

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mathavraj
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1the answer might seem simple but it depends on what we are talking about..here velocity is proportional to radius...provided angular velocity is constant...just check this out.u would have a better understanding on the relationship between radius and velocity http://www.physlink.com/education/askexperts/ae154.cfm
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