Magnetic field produced by a rotating loop?

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I've been thinking about this for some time.

If I have a loop (no outside magnetic field) and it is producing a magnetic field due to current going circulating through it what happens of I start rotating the loop extremely fast.
Would it induce current upon itself because of changes in the direction of it's own magnetic moment?
What would the magnetic field lines behave like, perhaps like series of spheres inside the coil?
Could something be contained within the loop like plasma?

I hope these aren't stupid questions, I just started my electromagnetics course so perhaps after a few months I will know the answers to these questions.
 

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