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I have been wondering why a moving electron [current] or a moving magnetic field creates the other. I know they are inherently interrelated and occur at 90 degree angles but I do not understand the mechanism that causes one to 'create' the other'. I have found a reference that indicates that clockwise and counterclockwise spins of electron orbits may be involved in creating magnetism but I am not sure this would 'push' an electron [charge] in a certian direction by up or down movement of the magnet.Can you help? Marcus
Re: Inherent connection between Electiric and Magnetic ie. electromagnetism?
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