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Velocity of an electron (in km/S) starting at rest and travelling to a point 100 V above the starting potential is ...
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Velocity of an electron (in km/S) starting at rest and travelling to a point 100 V above the starting potential is aroundĀ
A) 3600 B) 4000 C) 5100 D) 6000
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