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What is the difference between current and induced current? I know the latter arises from a change in the magnetic field, but what else is there to know?

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What is the difference between current and induced current? I know the latter arises from a change in the magnetic field, but what else is there to know?

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An induced current has a direction such that the magnetic field due to the induced current opposes the change in the magnetic field that induces the currentSoaring Crane said:What is the difference between current and induced current? I know the latter arises from a change in the magnetic field, but what else is there to know?

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So to use equations,the difference could be visualized from

[tex] \vec{E}=-\nabla\phi [/tex]

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[tex] \mbox{induced \ electromotive \ tension} =-\frac{d}{dt}\iint_{S} \vec{B}\cdot \vec{n} \ dS [/tex]

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to dextercioby : talking about blabla-tension and multi-dimensional integrals ain't gonna do much good in the grade K-12-level, amigo

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1.I didn't realize the thread was in K-12.marlon said:to dextercioby : talking about blabla-tension and multi-dimensional integrals ain't gonna do much good in the grade K-12-level, amigo

marlon

2.In HS,everyone knows what an electromotive tension is...

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