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Q. An electron travelling with velocity $vec{v}$, enters a region of space in which electric and magnetic fields exist. Then the electron goes uneffected for all values of fields

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An electron travelling with velocity $vec{v}$, enters a region of space in which electric and magnetic fields exist. Then the electron goes uneffected for all values of fields

Solution:

When $ Ene 0 $ and $ Bne 0 $

and E, B and motion of proton (v) are mutually perpendicular, there may be no net force. Force due to E and B cancel each other.

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