Why the direction of magnetic field produced by electric current is reversed.
Asked by shriya.pandey182 | 23rd Jun, 2017, 04:39: PM
The direction of the magnetic field through a current carrying conductor depends upon the direction of flow of electric current. The direction of magnetic field gets reversed because there is a change in the direction of electric current (which is done by changing the cells connections in the second part).
Answered by Yashvanti Jain | 23rd Jun, 2017, 05:08: PM
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