A metal rod of mass m slides without friction along two parallel horizontal rails, separated by a distance ℓ and connected by a resistor R , as shown in Figure P30.13. A uniform vertical magnetic field of magnitude B is applied perpendicular to the plane of the paper. The applied force shown in the figure acts only for a moment, to give the rod a speed v . In terms of m , ℓ , R , B , and v , find the distance the rod will then slide as it coasts to a stop. Figure P30.13

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A metal rod of mass m slides without friction along two parallel horizontal rails, separated by a distance and connected by a resistor R, as shown in Figure P30.13. A uniform vertical magnetic field of magnitude B is applied perpendicular to the plane of the paper. The applied force shown in the figure acts only for a moment, to give the rod a speed v. In terms of m, , R, B, and v, find the distance the rod will then slide as it coasts to a stop.

Figure P30.13

Chapter 31, Problem 31.28P, A metal rod of mass m slides without friction along two parallel horizontal rails, separated by a

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