explain Lenz's law considering a closed conducting coil and a bar magnet
Asked by milja9678623850 | 29th Dec, 2018, 06:24: PM
Experiment related to conducting wire and magnet is called faraday law of electromagnetic induction. It state that whenever magnetic flux changes through a conducting wire a current is induced in the circuit 2hich is known as induced current
And direction of induced current is given by lenz law.
Answered by Ankit K | 29th Dec, 2018, 10:42: PM
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- State Faraday's laws of electromagnetic induction.
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