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May4-11, 04:54 PM
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The electric field is zero within a conductor only in the electrostatic case. If you have a current in a wire, then you can certainly have a non-zero electric field.
Yes, it should be expected the field to set electrons in motion, or...? And how does this fields comes here in nonelectrostatic case?