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In the Magnus effect, a rotating body undergoes deflection along its direction of travel under the turbulence created by its interaction with air. Similarly, a charged particle with linear and angular momentum will undergo deflection in an electromagnetic field.

Is the Magnus effect a helpful analogy for thinking about the interaction between charge, angular momentum and the electromagnetic field, or is it a misleading one?

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