# Induce electric field in an incomplete circular conducting loop

I was solving a numerical example(image1) of 'Griffiths book of electrodynamics'

And in this solution it is given that if there is a changing magnetic field is there there would be induce induce electric field associated with it. So now I take a example something like this (image2)

So as Griffiths example suggest that for this problem (2nd image) there should be an induce electric field around the loop but Problem - if 1.I placed a charge at position 'c' which is in between a and b(image2) ,will charge experience any force? 2.what will be potential difference between point a and b 3.is free electron of conducting loop moves in the direction of induced electric field and make one end positive and other negative?

• In the original problem the B field is given as pointing up. On the sketch it should be represented by dots and not crosses. Jul 13, 2020 at 14:50
• No that was completely new question, that I asked about, not related to 1st image Jul 13, 2020 at 14:56