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I received an answer from Prater Brian D., but I don't think it is complete. I asked for the total force that is exerted on the Helmholtz coil from the conductor .I don't know how you calculated the magnetic field around the conductor but from Ampere law we know that B=mp.I/2πR for a straight conductor, where R is distance from the conductor and for the Helmholtz arrangement it varies from R/2 to R.5^0.5/2. Can you please give me a precise answer for the Force? You may assume that Helmholtz coils have only one turn (N=1) and that current is the same in both the coil and the conductor. Thank you in advance!
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