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Right Hand Rule Relating Magnetic Force, Magnetic Fields, and Charged Particle Velocity. Works for NEGATIVE particles!!! Positive charges are forced in the opposite direction!. Arrange Right Hand as Shown: Thumb – Magnetic Field Index Finger – Velocity Middle Finger – Force.

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Right hand rule relating magnetic force magnetic fields and charged particle velocity
Right Hand RuleRelating Magnetic Force, Magnetic Fields, and Charged Particle Velocity

Works for NEGATIVE particles!!!

Positive charges are forced in the opposite direction!

Arrange Right Hand as Shown:

Thumb – Magnetic Field

Index Finger – Velocity

Middle Finger – Force


Another right hand rule the magnetic field around a current carrying wire
Another Right Hand RuleThe Magnetic Field around a Current-Carrying Wire

When current flows through a wire, a magnetic field is created

The magnetic field forms a circle around the wire

Use your right hand to determine the direction of the current or the direction of the magnetic field


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