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    Believing that classical physics is deterministic, I have a few doubt or belief concerning charges in motion in a magnetic field.
    In order to communicate this effectively in the shortest possible time, this was converted into a video asking whether or not
    there would be a potential developed under such situation. please watch this and reply-----





    another doubt is concerning Lorentz contraction, where we take an uncharged wire with equal positive and negative charge density,
    and on conduction, since the electrons starts to move, the effect of Lorentz contraction takes place increasing the charge density
    of the conducting electrons and still we are left with an uncharged wire in the lab frame------------







    waiting for your reply - Thanking you


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