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We know that if we have a current, we create a magnetic field and an electrical field. By the right hand rule, we can find the direction of the B, and E field. (ExB should give us the direction of the current). Now suppose we have electromagnetic induction. The B and E from before causes a local current. Is this local current still obey the E x B relation for direction?

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Michael

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# Magnetic field and an electrical field

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