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    Default what is the difference between righ hand rule and left hand rulle for electric current

    actually what is the difference between righ hand rule and left hand rule for electric current? for hall effect, u know, from a video, it showed that for positive ions (like holes) u should use the right hand, and for negative ions like electrons, u should use the left hand rule, but the thing is that, they remains pretty same(i mean the movement of electrons due to perpendicularly applied magnetic filed), can anyone pls help me out? maybe i am wrong or am not being able to use my hand according to the directions,

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    Right hand rule
    Thumb-Force upwards Vertical
    First finger-Magnitude Forward Horizontal
    Second finger-Direction Perpendicular Horizontally to magnitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Right hand rule
    First finger-Magnitude Forward Horizontal
    Second finger-Direction Perpendicular Horizontally to magnitude.
    That's what she said Lol...I have no idea how you guys end up asking about such stuff in a forum...I mean what do they teach you in class anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by irenicus09 View Post
    That's what she said Lol...I have no idea how you guys end up asking about such stuff in a forum...I mean what do they teach you in class anyway?
    Who are you referring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Who are you referring?
    /facepalm

    Sorry bro you didn't get the joke Lol.
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