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All metal detectors have a wire coil passing through them called the transmitter coil. At the point when electricity courses through the coil, a magnetic field is made to surround it. As you hover the detector over the ground, you make the magnetic field move around as well. Once you move the detector over a metal, the moving magnetic field influences the atoms inside the metal. Actual, it changes the way the electrons (minor particles "circling" around those atoms) move. Presently if we have a changing magnetic field in the metal, then we should have an electric current moving in there as well. In simpler terms, the metal detector makes (or "initiates") some electrical action in the metal.