Which field can change the kinetic energy of an
electron?
a. an electric field.
b. a magnetic field
c. both of them.
d. neither.
Which field can accelerate an electron, but not change its kinetic
energy?
a. an electric field.
b. a magnetic field
c. both of them. d. neither.
1)
A) Electric field
2)
B) Magnetic field
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