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two wires carrying current are placed parallel to each other.they will exert magnetic force on each other. in absence of any other external force they move towards or away from each other.so does they violate the rule that magnetic force does not do any work

two wires carrying current are placed parallel to each other.they will exert magnetic force on each other. in absence of any other external force they move towards or away from each other.so does they violate the rule that magnetic force does not do any work

Grade:11

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Aman Bansal
592 Points
10 years ago

Dear Student,

No there current carrying wires do not violate the laws,

Work done in that case is zero.

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