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Two isotopes of carbon, carbon-12 and carbon-13, have masses of 1.993 10-26 kg and 2.159 10-26 kg, respectively. these two isotopes are singly ionized (+e) and each is given a speed of 7.50 105 m/s. the ions then enter the bending region of a mass spectrometer where the magnetic field is 0.6500 t. determine the spatial separation between the two isotopes after they have traveled through a half-circle.

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