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An experimenter wants to separate silver atoms in aStern-Gerlach experiment by at least

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Problem 27

An experimenter wants to separate silver atoms in aStern-Gerlach experiment by at least 1 cm (a largeseparation) as they exit the magnetic fi eld. To heatthe silver she has an oven that can reach 1000C andneeds to order a suitable magnet. What should be themagnet specifi cations (magnet length and magneticfi eld gradient)?

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ISBN: 9781133103721

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