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I have been thinking about the idea of illusionary current. Consider the following situation I have a rod which has a mass $m$ and hence does have the virtue to perform work against the gravitational field of the earth. I will for now neglect the air resistance and any such dissipative forces. I will now charge the rod via induction and then ground one of its ends . So I assume the rod has charge 𝑞 Now if I raise the rod some height. The rod will fall freely. Now looking at the situation can we say current is flowing? Also is the potential difference caused by gravity here?
What is wrong with this question and what extra details need to be added. It says it lacks clarity and I have already got an accepted answer. But this question was closed and hence I lost the privilege to ask questions
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