A bar magnet is being pulled away from one end of a solenoid, eg N pole of magnet nearest to solenoid. I've learnt that the current induced in a solenoid is such that the magnetic field it creates opposes the change in flux through the loop. But what if the solenoid is in an open circuit? Will there still be current induced? Will there be induced emf and induced magnetic S pole at that end of the solenoid? How do i differentiate between induced emf (voltage) and induced current? I'm normally clear about voltage and current but when it comes to this, i'm confused between the two. Faraday's law: induced emf? Lenz's law: induced current?