A current loop has a wire starting at its center. The wire terminates at the inside of the loop. The loop and wire have 150 and 15 ohms of resistance respectively. Both have 4 volts of potential across them. Looking at this I understand the the wire will experience a lorentz force because the current inside it travels 90 degrees to the magnetic flux of the loop. But, what about the loop. Does the electrons in it not experience a lorentz force? Its not in the magnetic field of the wire. It must be equal and opposite right? There is more current in the wire than the loop. Does this effect the forces each experience?