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A current-carrying wire in a magnetic field must therefore experience a force due to the field

In this case, I think "due to" emphasises the noun "a force"
However It can also modify the verb "experience" if we replace "due to" with "because of"

Can I use these prepositional phrases interchangeably because they have almost the same meaning?

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