Question

An electromagnetic field exists only when there is

A
an increasing current
B
decreasing current
C
voltage
D
current
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An electromagnetic field exists only when there is current.
electric current flowing through a wire caused a nearby compass to deflect. ... In most conductors, the magnetic field exists only as long as the current is flowing (i.e. an electrical charge is in motion).

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