# Illustration Moving Electric Charge

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A positively charged particle, for example a proton, moves to the right with a velocity $$\boldsymbol{v}$$. The velocity is a directed quantity and is marked with a vector ("arrow"). The particle moves in the direction of the arrow.

In the second illustration, a negatively charged particle, such as an electron, moves to the right.