HL Electromagnetic induction

IB Physics: HL Electromagnetic induction

Electromagnetic induction is the generation of a potential difference (and often, therefore, a current) due to the cutting of magnetic field lines by a conductor. On a commercial scale, electromagnetic induction is the process used to generate electricity and one half of the operation of a transformer. This topic is also where capacitors are to be found, as well as the electrical circuit technique of rectification.


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