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If ABCD is a rectangular magnet of thickness t, AB is the north pole and CD is the south pole. If the magnet moves in the direction of t, that is perpendicular to ABCD plane, will there be an emf generated between the faces AC and BD?

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If ABCD is a rectangular magnet of thickness t, AB is the north pole and CD is the south pole. If the magnet moves in the direction of t, that is perpendicular to ABCD plane, will there be an emf generated between the faces AC and BD?

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Matterwave: But this is happening when a magnet rotates, like in the Faraday disc.

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