Will a current loop placed in a magnetic field always experience a zero force?
Effect of the magnetic force on a current loop is totally based on the uniformity of the magnetic field. If the field is non uniform, then current loop will not experience a force. So magnetic force on the loop will be zero. If the field is uniform, then the force experienced on the current loop either zero or non zero.
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