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Suppose that we have an insulating cylinder with ##\rho_q##. If i move the cylinder towards ##+\hat{n}##, will it produce a magnetic field? My assumption is that since we have an insulator, then the electrons are bound and there cannot be a current, thus a magnetic field is not produced. Also, does this happen if we have a material full of dielectric?