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The Magnetic Field Lines in the Middle of the Current-carrying Solenoid Are? (A) Circles (B) Spirals (C) Parallel to the Axis of the Tube (D) Perpendicular to the Axis of the Tube - Science

The magnetic field lines in the middle of the current-carrying solenoid are?

(a) circles
(b) spirals
(c) parallel to the axis of the tube
(d) perpendicular to the axis of the tube

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Solution

parallel to the axis of the tube

The magnetic field lines in the middle of a current-carrying solenoid are parallel to the axis of the tube because magnetic field is uniform inside a solenoid.

Concept: Force on a Current Carrying Conductor in a Magnetic Field
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Lakhmir Singh Class 10 Physics (Science)
Chapter 2 Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
Q 34 | Page 83
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