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### Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field Formula

Angular velocity of particle in magnetic field=([Charge-e]*Magnetic Field)/[Mass-e]
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## How angular velocity acts in a magnetic field?

Charged particles in a magnetic field feel a force perpendicular to their velocity. The Lorentz force F in a constant magnetic field B on a particle of charge q is given by F=qvB where v is the the particle's velocity. The velocity v will always be perpendicular to the magnetic field thus resulting in a circular orbit. This gives rise to the second force acting on q from the centripetal acceleration, thus the angular velocity is F=qvB ma=qvB mv^2/r=qvB mω=qB ω=qB/m Thus, this is how we get angular velocity in a magnetic field.

## How to Calculate Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field?

Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field calculator uses Angular velocity of particle in magnetic field=([Charge-e]*Magnetic Field)/[Mass-e] to calculate the Angular velocity of particle in magnetic field, The Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field is calculated when a particle with mass m and charge q moves in a constant magnetic field B. Angular velocity of particle in magnetic field and is denoted by ω symbol.

How to calculate Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field, enter Magnetic Field (B) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field calculation can be explained with given input values -> 7.674E+9 = ([Charge-e]*2.5)/[Mass-e].

### FAQ

What is Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field?
The Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field is calculated when a particle with mass m and charge q moves in a constant magnetic field B and is represented as ω=([Charge-e]*B)/[Mass-e] or Angular velocity of particle in magnetic field=([Charge-e]*Magnetic Field)/[Mass-e]. Magnetic fields are produced by electric currents, which can be macroscopic currents in wires, or microscopic currents associated with electrons in atomic orbits. .
How to calculate Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field?
The Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field is calculated when a particle with mass m and charge q moves in a constant magnetic field B is calculated using Angular velocity of particle in magnetic field=([Charge-e]*Magnetic Field)/[Mass-e]. To calculate Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field, you need Magnetic Field (B). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Magnetic Field and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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