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Electro magnetic is the force , which is produced by electro-magnetic field lines , just like , Electrostatic force when charges are at rest , These forces are also called lorentz's forces , these forces can be generated by three types of fields known as the electrostatic field, magnetostatic field, and the electromagnetic field . Electromagnetic forces occur when an electromagnetic field interacts with electrically charged particles , these forces affect everything in the universe .
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An electrically (electrostatic) charged particle creates a electrostatic field around it.  If a charged particle comes near it, it experiences an electrostatic force.

A magnet creates a magnetic field around it.  If another magnetic is brought near it, then there is a magnetic force acting on both of them, due to the other.

A current carrying loop creates a magnetic field around it , most along the axis of the loop.  If a magnet is brought near the loop, it experiences a force.

A magnetic field (whatever way it is created) exerts force on a moving electric charge.

These forces are called electromagnetic forces.  These are the forces of interaction between magnetic or electric fields and electric or magnetic charges.

These forces are conservative (in terms of energy).
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