Does the induction process takes place in particles or not
- Electromagnetic induction is a process where a conductor placed in a changing magnetic field or a moving conductor through a stationary magnetic field causes the production of a voltage across the conductor.
- Now, if the particles you mentioned in your query refers to 'sub-atomic particles', then the process of induction cannot take place in these sub-atomic particles which are already charged particles.
- However, if by particles you mean the particles of which a material is made, then again, the charging and the transfer of charge during the induction does not happen 'in' the particles.
- The particles are charged and that charge is transferred from one particle to another particle during the process of induction and in any case, the charge is 'on' the particles and not 'inside' the particles.
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