If a current carrying conductor is placed in a magnetic field, will the magnetic field act on the conductor?

If a conductor with a current is placed in a magnetic field, then the ampere force will act on this conductor. The Ampere force acts depending on the length of the conductor, on the strength of the current in the conductor itself, as well as on the location of the conductor relative to the magnetic field.
But in order for the interaction of the magnetic field with the conductor to occur, it is necessary to use a metal conductor (metal), because the metal has good current conductivity, which allows it to form an Ampere force.

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