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how much energy would an electron acquire if it moved through a potential difference of 100kV?

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  1. gerryliyana
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    E = eV where e is electron charge is equal to 1.67 x 10^-19. and V is potential different

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    great! thank you :)

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    i have one more...what is the force per meter of lenght on a wire carrying a .5A current due to a .5 tesla-magnetic field?

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  4. Vincent-Lyon.Fr
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    Answer is very simple in natural units: Energy will be 100 keV

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    Use \[F = BIL \] for that one, but you will solve for \[ \frac{F}{L} \] to get the force per unit length.

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