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Magnetic deflection sensitivity
Magnetic Deflection Sensitivity=Distance between deflecting plates*Distance between screen and deflecting plates*sqrt([Charge-e]/(2*[Mass-e]*Velocity of electron)) GO
Electrostatic deflection sensitivity
Electrostatic deflection sensitivity=Distance between deflecting plates*Distance between screen and deflecting plates/(2*Deflection of Beam*Velocity of electron) GO
Mass of moving electron
Mass of moving electron=Rest mass of electron/sqrt(1-((Velocity of electron/[c])^2)) GO
Radius of electron on circular path
Radius of electron=([Mass-e]*Velocity of electron)/(Magnetic Field*[Charge-e]) GO
Time period of revolution of electron
Time period of electron=(2*pi*Radius of orbit)/Velocity of electron GO
Potential energy of electron when atomic number is given
Potential Energy=(-(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/Radius of orbit) GO
Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given
Kinetic Energy=(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*Radius of orbit) GO
Total energy of electron when atomic number is given
Total energy=-(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*Radius of orbit) GO
Velocity due to voltage
Velocity=sqrt((2*[Charge-e]*Velocity of electron)/[Mass-e]) GO
Angular velocity of electron
Angular Velocity=Velocity of electron/Radius of orbit GO
De-Broglie wavelength of particle in circular orbit
Wavelength=(2*pi*Radius of orbit)/Quantum Number GO

Number of revolutions of an electron Formula

Revolutions per second=Velocity of electron/(2*pi*Radius of orbit)
ṅ=v/(2*pi*r)
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De-Brogile Wavelength GO
Energy of a particle GO
Energy of particle when de-Broglie wavelength is given GO
De-Broglie's wavelength when velocity of particle is given GO
Einstein's mass-energy relation GO
De-Broglie wavelength of particle in circular orbit GO
Relation between de-Broglie wavelength and kinetic energy of particle GO
de-Broglie wavelength of charged particle when potential is given GO
de-Broglie wavelength for an electron when potential is given GO
Kinetic energy when de-Broglie wavelength is given GO
Potential when de-Broglie wavelength is given GO
Potential when de-Broglie wavelength of electron is given GO

What is de Broglie's hypothesis of matter waves?

Louis de Broglie proposed a new speculative hypothesis that electrons and other particles of matter can behave like waves. According to de Broglie’s hypothesis, massless photons, as well as massive particles, must satisfy one common set of relations that connect the energy E with the frequency f, and the linear momentum p with the de- Broglie wavelength.

How to Calculate Number of revolutions of an electron?

Number of revolutions of an electron calculator uses Revolutions per second=Velocity of electron/(2*pi*Radius of orbit) to calculate the Revolutions per second, The number of revolutions of an electron is the number of times an electron/particle revolves around the nucleus per second. Revolutions per second and is denoted by symbol.

How to calculate Number of revolutions of an electron using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Number of revolutions of an electron, enter Velocity of electron (v) and Radius of orbit (r) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Number of revolutions of an electron calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.183E+8 = 20/(2*pi*1E-08).

FAQ

What is Number of revolutions of an electron?
The number of revolutions of an electron is the number of times an electron/particle revolves around the nucleus per second and is represented as ṅ=v/(2*pi*r) or Revolutions per second=Velocity of electron/(2*pi*Radius of orbit). The velocity of electron is the speed at which the electron moves in a particular orbit and Radius of orbit is the distance from the center of orbit of an electron to a point on its surface.
How to calculate Number of revolutions of an electron?
The number of revolutions of an electron is the number of times an electron/particle revolves around the nucleus per second is calculated using Revolutions per second=Velocity of electron/(2*pi*Radius of orbit). To calculate Number of revolutions of an electron, you need Velocity of electron (v) and Radius of orbit (r). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Velocity of electron and Radius of orbit 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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