Classical Physics

   

Potential Difference Observed with Magnetic Field Lines

Authors: Ionel DINU, M.Sc.

Following a theory to be detailed in a work to be published in the near future, an experiment was planned to see whether the potential difference between two points of a current-carrying straight wire can be observed in the magnetic field lines produced around the wire by the electric current. Direct observation seems to show that there is a crowding of the magnetic field lines at the negative side of the wire compared to the positive side.

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