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A metallic rod of length l rotates at angular velocity about an axis passing through one end and perpendiuclar to the rod. If mass of electron is m and its charge is –e then the magnitude of potential difference between its two ends is
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Answer:The correct answer is: When rod rotates the centripetal acceleration of electron comes from electric field
Thus,
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