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A closed conducting loop moves normal to the electric field between the plates of a large capacitor. Is a current induced in the loop when it is (i) wholly inside the capacitor (ii) partially outside the plates of capacitor? The electric field is normal to the plane of the loop.

Asked by prernamehta 16th December 2011, 10:59 AM
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Answer:
No current is induced in either case. Current is induced due to the changing magnetic flux and not due to changing electric flux.
Answered by Expert 16th December 2011, 3:16 PM
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