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Chapter 25 : Electro- magnetic Induction

When Oersted established that electric current produces a magnetic field i.e., a varying electric field produces a magnetic field, an obvious question arises: "can a varying magnetic field produce electric current?" Faraday found the answer to be in the affirmative.

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Electro - magnetic Induction

25.1 Faraday's experiments
25.2 Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction
25.3 Rotating coil, induced e.m.f and the dynamo
25.4 Self induction and mutual induction
25.5 Transformers

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