The potential difference between two points is given ans the negative of integral of E(vector) <dot product> dl(vector) from initial to final points.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Therefore, integral integral of E(vector) <dot product> dl(vector) from initial to final point should give the negative of potential difference between them.

In Faraday's law, closed loop integral of E(vector) <dot product> dl(vector) is given as ε- induced. Why is it not the negative of ε-induced. Should ε-induced not be treated like potential difference?

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# I Faraday's Law

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