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    Find radius of detection for hypothetical mass spectrometer

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    Lorentz force of particleof known charge in known magnetic field is deduced and equated to centripetal force which rearranged yields the radius of detection/ The radii of detection for different masses and velocities is then dedcued and a grpah of the spread shown

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    Lorentz force of particleof known charge in known magnetic field is deduced and equated to centripetal force which rearranged yields the radius of detection/ The radii of detection for different masses and velocities is then dedcued and a grpah of the spread shown

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