Why Does Electric Current Produce A Magnetic Field?

An electric current produces a magnetic field. This is possible when an electric charge is in motion. When the electric charge is at rest, there is no production of the magnetic field. When the atom spins and orbits the nucleus there is a production of the magnetic field. Also, the direction of the magnetic field is determined by the direction of spin and orbiting of the electric charge.

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