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Thus in the non-relativist range the limitation on the maximum energy attained by a particular ion is determined by the size of the dees and the pole-faces of the magnet. Limitation : The maximum energies of particles attainable in a cyclotron cannot be increased indefinitely by increasing the size of the apparatus because of the relativistic increase in mass of the particles in accordance with the equation m = m0  v2  1  2  c   , where m0 is the rest mass of the particle and in the mass at speed v.

I), we obtain F =  2 e d r B 2 r dt  = er d B . 2 dt ... (ii) The electron is accelerated by this force acting upon it. This force arises due to the emf produced by the increasing ‘average flux density B through the entire orbital area. As B increases the electron energy increases and the electron tends to move it in an orbit of increasing radius. Now, the electron is moving in a circular orbit of radius r in a magnetic field perpendicular to it. The instantaneous magnetic flux density at the orbit is Br.

4. Kinds: Rest Mass : Spin: Interaction with nuclei: 5. Half-life (sec): 6. 6 × 10–8 (π+, π–); 9 × 10–17 (π°) μ– ® e– + ve + vμ π+ ® μ+ + vμ μ+ ® e+ + ve + vμ π– → μ– + v πº → γ + γ Baryons : These are heavy-weight elementary particles which include nucleons (protons and neutrons) and particles heavier than nucleons. They are all fermions and are strongly interacting. Except proton, all baryons are unstable. The two sub-classes of baryons are : (i) Nucleons : These are the nuclear particles proton (p), neutron (n) and their antiparticles, antiproton ( p ) and antineutron ( n ).

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