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Solutions to CBSE Sample Paper - Science Class 10

Assertion (A): A stationary charged particle placed in a magnetic field experiences a force.

Reason (R): A stationary charged particle does not produce a magnetic field.

 

Answer:

The assertion is false. 

Only a moving charged particle (current) in a magnetic field would experience a force

A stationary particle does not produce a magnetic field

Thus, the correct option is D

A is false but R is true.

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