Your company is designing a desk-top sized proton accelerator, using a 500MN/C superconducting magnet to hold the protons in a circular path. Estimate the maximum kinetic energy that your accelerator can give protons. Express your answer in the conventional particle physics unit of electron-volts, where 1 eV=1.6*10^-19J. For comparison, the accelerator at the Fermi National Laboratory can accelerate protons to energies greater than 1 TeV. (Hint: Assume that the protons are nonrelativistic, do the calculation, and then check that assumption.)
In an attached Word document, this solution discusses the concept of Lorentz force and estimates maximum kinetic energy. All calculations and equations are shown.