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1. ## Force between two parallel wires

• Figure 1.9: Force between two long straight parallel wires. Wire #2 will experience a magnetic field of Eq.(1.6) due to wire #1 given by.
• If two long parallel wires 1 m apart each carry a current of 1 A, then the force per unit length on each wire is 2 x 10- 7 N/m.

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2. ## Forces between currents | Magnetic Force Between Wires

• Magnetic Force Between Wires. The magnetic field of an infinitely long straight wire can be obtained by applying Ampere's law.
• Note that two wires carrying current in the same direction attract each other, and they repel if the currents are opposite in direction.

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3. ## Magnetic Force Between Two Parallel Conductors

• Ampere's Law: Magnetic Field Due to a Long Straight Wire. Mass Spectrometer.

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4. ## Let’s now turn to investigating how to | EXPLORATION 19.7 – The magnetic force between two parallel wires A long straight wire (wire 1) carries a current of I1 into the page. A second long straight

• charge for magnetism is the long straight current-. carrying wire. Figure 19.23 shows the magnetic.
• . (Eq. 19.10: The force between two parallel wires). Applying the right-hand rule associated with equation 19.7, we find that the force experienced by wire 2 is to the left.

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5. ## Earth’s Magnetic Field | 2 0 –6 Force between Two Parallel Wires

• 2 0 –4 Force on an Electric Charge Moving in a Magnetic Field. 2 0 –5 Magnetic Field Due to a Long Straight Wire. 2 0 –6 Force between Two Parallel Wires. 2 0 –7 Solenoids and Electromagnets. 2 0 –8 Ampère’s Law.

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6. ## Magnetic Force and Current Balance | (C) Magnetic force between two parallel current-carrying wires Consider two parallel

• direction of the current and obeys the right-hand rule, as depicted in the Figure. (C) Magnetic force between two parallel current-carrying wires
• straight, and infinitively long wires (1 & 2), separated by distance d and both carrying electric. current I. As discussed in (A), the electric current in wire 1...

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7. ## 12.3: Magnetic Force between Two Parallel Currents - Physics LibreTexts

• Figure 12.3.1. (a) The magnetic field produced by a long straight conductor is perpendicular to a parallel conductor, as indicated by right-hand rule (RHR)-2. (b) A view from above of the two wires shown in (a), with one magnetic field line shown for wire 1. RHR-1 shows that the force between the...

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8. ## Magnetic force between two parallel hanging wires | Physics Forums - The Fusion of Science and Community

• Two long, parallel wires hang by 4.00-cm-long cords from a common axis.
• You are right that veritical component of tension should be equal to the force of gravity and horizontal component is equal to magnetic force between the wires.

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9. ## Magnetic Force Between Two Parallel Conductors

• two long straight parallel wires separated by a distance a and carrying currents I1 and I2 in the same direction, let’s find the force each exerts on the other.
• F1 = I1LB2 , where B2 is the magnetic field produced by wire 2 at the site of wire 1. But this magnetic field is given by.

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10. ## PHYS-2212 LAB | Figure 1: Magnetic field lines around a current-carrying wire

• To investigate the magnetic force between two parallel current-carrying wires and determine the magnetic permeability of free space, µo.
• The magnetic field B at radial distance, r, outside an infinitely long wire carrying current I is given by Equation 1

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