Under what condition does the movement of free electric charges inside a conductor that moves in a magnetic field stop?

The separation of electric charges creates an electric field inside the conductor, which prevents further separation of charges. When the force acting on the charged particles from the electric field becomes equal to the Lorentz force, further separation of charges stops.

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