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Circular Beam of Electrons

Posted February 25, 2013 11:28 AM

From Neatorama:

Oh, how I love you guys. In our recent post A Fiery Dance on the Sun, Neatoramanaut PlasmaGryphon kindly took the time to explain to us the physics behind solar flares. In the explanation, there was a link to Wikipedia article on Lorentz force, where I found this fascinating image of a circular beam of electrons in a Teltron tube. Neat, huh? (Thanks PlasmaGryphon!)

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