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1. ## Is Faraday's Law Of Induction True?

No, Faraday’s law of induction is not true. One of the fundamental laws of electromagnetism is the “Faraday's law of induction”. This law states that the induced voltage in a wire loop is equal to the speed of change of the magnetic flux enclosed with the loop, or V=dΦ/dt. In the textbooks is often given an example of a loop in the shape of a rectangle which rotates in a magnetic field. (please click on the images for a bigger view) What is meant by “the speed of change of the magnetic flux enclosed with the loop”? To explain this, we will make a comparison. If we hold a ring in front of our
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