Electromagnetic induction occurs when what?
- A conductor is placed in a varying magnetic field.10
- A conducting material is immersed within changing magnetic field lines10
- When a conductor is subject to a changing magnetic field which can occur when the conductor is motionless in a changing magnetic field or when the conductor is moving through a static magnetic field.20
- When there is a relative motion between an electric charge and a magnetic field.
Which includes a varying magnetic field on a static charge.
There are other situations in which the best descriptions are Maxwell's laws.The change in magnetic field induces an electric field, the change in an electric field induces a magnetic field.10
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