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Changing the charge strength, particle mass, and field strength gives results that agree with the equation derived. Increasing the charge strength, particle mass, and field strength one at a time resulted in a smaller radius while decreasing the charge strength, particle mass, and field strength one at a time resulted in a larger radius.
In this lab, we were simulating the motion of the charged particle. Cyclotron motion is an occurrence where a charged particle is moving in the magnetic field with velocity. It moves in a circle at the end. The charge strength, particle mass, and field strength could be changed. A similar experiment performed by J. J. Thomson in 1897 to measure the charge-to-mass ratio of the electron with incredible accuracy. In this experiment, a gas sample was introduced into the region existing between the charged plates and the flow of current was observed. Thompson was able to prove that the cathode rays were produced from the cathode as a stream of negatively charged particles called electrons. He was able to determine the charge-to-mass ratio of the electron.
The simulations done agree with the expected behavior of the particle. The particle moved in a circle at the end. Changing the mass, velocity, and charge of the particle affects the radius of the trajectory such that an increase will result in a reduction of the radius while a decrease in the values result into an increase in the radius. Changing the strength of the magnetic field affects the direction of motion of the particle and a reduction in the magnetic field could change the trajectory of the particle. Some notable sources of errors in this experiment could have been incurred in the determination of the parameters for the mass, velocity, and charge of the particle. Large changes are likely to result into large