Published in



Velocity Selector

What it does and how it works

Velocity Selector

A velocity selector is a device that utilizes both electric and magnetic fields to select charged particles of a particular velocity. It’s essentially a filter that allows particles with the same velocity to come out of the gate.

In the figure, the grey bar represents a negative charge and it attracts particles to it…




We simplify science for you

Recommended from Medium

Harnessing the Body’s Own Protein Waste Removal System to Drug the ‘Undruggable’ | BioSpace

Back on the Shelf: Phyto Power

The Dark Forest Theory of the Space

Article 0: Goals of the Blog

Coronavirus — A better planet?

No, CRISPR Tech Isn’t 100% Safe — In Fact, it Can Wipe out Humanity

5) Denisova People

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Barry Leung 👑

Barry Leung 👑

19 | Math

More from Medium

The Origin of the Infamous Law of Cosines

A Challenging Series Question

Simplified Expressions for Periodic Discontinuous Functions

Finding Roots of Complicated Functions