Hello, I am new to these forums. We are studying magnetic fields in my Physics class at the moment and I had a question which my teacher could not quite answer, so I decided to seek some outside help. Anyway, here it is: Given: Two electrons are moving in a straight line in the same direction. The electrons are abreast of each other and are moving at the same speed. How I understand it: The electrons are charge carriers, which means that there will be two moving currents and therefore two magnetic fields. The fields are in the same direction so the electrons will be attracted to each other. Please explain. Edit: I didn't actually ask a question, did I? The question is: is my understanding correct?