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Please assume that a current-carrying conductor is passing between a Helmholtz pair of coils so that it is perpendicular to the magnetic field lines. The conductor also creates a magnetic field which exerts a force on the coils. Do you know how big is this force (magnitude) and what is the direction of it? I have asked you before on this but I didn't receive a response. Your archive doesn't have an answer to this. Thank you.
Re: Lorentz force on a Helmholtz coil exerted from a conductor
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