What happens to charged particles in a magnetic field?
Charged particles exist it many shapes, sizes, and relative charges. A particle becomes charged either when electrons are added to it (negative charge) or when electrons are stripped from it (positive charge).
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fromChapter 16 / Lesson 4
A magnetic field is the area in which other objects can be affected by a magnet or moving charge. Observe the effect magnetic fields have on moving charges with this lab and analyze the observational data collected.