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|German to English translations [PRO]|
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng
|German term or phrase: ruhende Ladungen|
|Regarding magnetic field therapy:|
Statische Felder konnen nur fliessende elektrische Strome beeinflussen - aber keine ruhende Ladungen.
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(electric) charge at rest
Some examples, see if they fit into your context.
If the field interacts with a bar magnet it is magnetic; if with a stationary charge, it is electric. If a rotating loop of wire produces an electric current, the field is magnetic. If a force acts only on a moving charge, the field is magnetic. So any of the classes of experiments that deal with electric charge at rest and electric charge in motion could be used to determine the nature of the field in the room.
Currents, i.e. moving electric charges, produce magnetic fields. There are no magnetic charges. Maxwell's equations tell us how to compute the electric fields and magnetic field produced by charged particles. The terms electrostatics and magnetostatics refer to steady state conditions, when all charges are at rest or only steady currents are flowing. Then the charge densities do not change anywhere. Under those conditions Maxwell's equations are given below.
Question: which of the following statements is not true? (you can give more than one answer if you believe there is more than one untruth)
A an electric charge at rest generates a magnetic field
B an electric charge at rest is affected by a magnetic field
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