Is it physically possible that a magnetic field be produced or exist; to contain hot, possibly electrically charged, liquid metal, from one side of the liquid metal, into a shape, at zero gravity, without having the electromagnet field emitter making physical contact with the liquid metal?


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"Metal refining employing magnetic levitation melting in cold-crucible induction furnaces is widely used in the melting of reactive and pure metals".

  • $\begingroup$ It is entrapped but, it requires gravity to be encased in a solid coil, with in a magnetic field. I need some thing more like a monopole set up with some type of interconnecting magnetic fields that put the liquid metal out in front of the emitter(s) of the field. $\endgroup$
    – user265090
    Apr 23, 2021 at 21:21

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