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# Lorentz Force

## Charged particles in motion create magnetic fields.

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## Magnetic Forces on Moving Charges - Overview

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## Second Right-Hand Rule: Direction of Magnetic Forces - Overview

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## Magnetic Forces on Moving Charges - Example 2

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Solving problems involving the radius of a charge's circular path using the equation r = mv/qB
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## Second Right-Hand Rule: Direction of Magnetic Forces - Example 1

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Determining the direction of a magnetic force on a moving charge in a magnetic field using the second right-hand rule
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## Second Right-Hand Rule: Direction of Magnetic Forces - Example 2

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Determining the direction of a magnetic force on a current carrying wire in a magnetic field using the second right-hand rule
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## Magnetic Forces on Moving Charges - Example 1

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Solving problems involving the magnetic force on a moving charge using the equation F[B] = |q|vBsinθ
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