Subject: When we say F = qv x B what is the v measured relative to?
Date: Thu Apr 8 16:17:38 1999
Posted by Konrad Grygorczyk
Grade level: undergrad
School: Concordia University
City: Montreal State/Province: Quebec
Area of science: Physics
Is the v relative to the observer (in which case different
observes would see different forces) or relative to what is
causing the magnetic field? So for example would a moving,
charged capacitor experience a force from it's own magnetic
Re: When we say F = qv x B what is the v measured relative to?
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