Can we have a situation, where only electric field exists (and no magnetic field exists)? In either case, support your answer with an example. A static magnetic field exerts a force on stationary charge particles [T/F], why? State the Lorentz’s force law by providing the relevant equation.

29 4 - Can we have a situation, where only electric field exists (and no magnetic field exists)? In either case, support your answer with an example. A static magnetic field exerts a force on stationary charge particles [T/F], why? State the Lorentz's force law by providing the relevant equation.

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images - Can we have a situation, where only electric field exists (and no magnetic field exists)? In either case, support your answer with an example. A static magnetic field exerts a force on stationary charge particles [T/F], why? State the Lorentz's force law by providing the relevant equation.

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