Question Solved1 Answer N А. В. S Current Current is moving through a copper ribbon in the direction shown. The ribbon is suspended between the poles of a magnet as indicated. When the voltage is measured between A and B, it is observed that A is at higher potential than B. Which of the following explains this observation? A The electrons in the ribbon behave like magnetic dipoles; thus, they align with the magnetic field of the magnet that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point A. B The electrons in the ribbon behave like magnetic dipoles; thus, they align with the magnetic field of the magnet that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point B. с Electrons moving through the magnetic field experience a magnetic force to the left that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point A. D Electrons moving through the magnetic field experience a magnetic force to the right that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point B. E The electric field in the ribbon is distorted by the magnetic field. This distortion creates an electric field component directed from point A to point B that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point B.

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Transcribed Image Text: N А. В. S Current Current is moving through a copper ribbon in the direction shown. The ribbon is suspended between the poles of a magnet as indicated. When the voltage is measured between A and B, it is observed that A is at higher potential than B. Which of the following explains this observation? A The electrons in the ribbon behave like magnetic dipoles; thus, they align with the magnetic field of the magnet that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point A. B The electrons in the ribbon behave like magnetic dipoles; thus, they align with the magnetic field of the magnet that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point B. с Electrons moving through the magnetic field experience a magnetic force to the left that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point A. D Electrons moving through the magnetic field experience a magnetic force to the right that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point B. E The electric field in the ribbon is distorted by the magnetic field. This distortion creates an electric field component directed from point A to point B that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point B.
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Transcribed Image Text: N А. В. S Current Current is moving through a copper ribbon in the direction shown. The ribbon is suspended between the poles of a magnet as indicated. When the voltage is measured between A and B, it is observed that A is at higher potential than B. Which of the following explains this observation? A The electrons in the ribbon behave like magnetic dipoles; thus, they align with the magnetic field of the magnet that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point A. B The electrons in the ribbon behave like magnetic dipoles; thus, they align with the magnetic field of the magnet that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point B. с Electrons moving through the magnetic field experience a magnetic force to the left that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point A. D Electrons moving through the magnetic field experience a magnetic force to the right that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point B. E The electric field in the ribbon is distorted by the magnetic field. This distortion creates an electric field component directed from point A to point B that deflects electrons in the ribbon toward point B.
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=> electron slaw in opprsite direchon to currentvec(F)=q( vec(v)xx vec(B))( vec(V)xx vec(B))=> direction will be towards " B ". But charge on electon is negative co force will be in opposide to direction of ( vec(v)xx vec(B))So forc ... See the full answer