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# A conducting rod AB moves parallel to X-axis in a uniform magnetic field, pointing in the positive X-direction. The end A of the rod getspositively chargednegatively chargedneutralfirst positively charged and then negatively charged

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negatively charged
B
neutral
C
first positively charged and then negatively charged
D
positively charged
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#### According to right hand palm rule, the Lorentz force on free electrons in the conductor will be directed towards end B. Hence, the end A gets positively charged.

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