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- If observed carefully, one can find similarities between a conventional generator and a EPR (electron paramagnetic resonance) machine as described below.

Imagine a magnet moving up and down so that its flux 'B' cuts the copper rod to produce an alternating emf, suppose if the movement is fast enough such that its frequency equals to the electron spin resonance frequency given by F = B x 2.8 Mhz per gauss, neglecting skin effect, more copper electrons will spin up and then spin down loosing their energy as EM radiation (as happens in Electron Paramagnetic Resonance), in that case if the length of the rod is chosen to match the wavelength of the emitted energy, then will such a condition lead to more voltage to be produced than what the faraday's law will predict ?