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An Electron is emitted by heating a cathode and is accelerated by the potential difference of V volts between
the anode and a cathode. The electron emerges out from the anode with velocity of 4 x 107 m/s. Find height h
gained by the electron while leaving the parallel plates. Use x = 0.17 m and y = 0.05 m.
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An Electron is emitted by heating a cathode and is accelerated by the potential difference of V volts between the anode and a cathode. The electron emerges out from the anode with velocity of 4 x 107 m/s. Find height h gained by the electron while leaving the parallel plates. Use x = 0.17 m and y = 0.05 m.