what is conduction?what is the difference btw conduction and induction?explain it with the help of example.

Asked by prabal singh | 21st Apr, 2013, 12:23: PM

Expert Answer:

Charging by Induction:-

The phenomenon according to which an equal and opposite charge is induced on an uncharged body when a charged body is held close to it is called charging by induction.

Charging by conduction:-

Conduction, unlike induction is a process in which the objects actually physically touch each. In this case, transfer of charges is possible from a body at higher potential to a body at lower potential.

Answered by  | 22nd Apr, 2013, 11:04: AM

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