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Hey! Can you help me with my homework? i have to differentiate between electric field intensity and magnetic field induction.
Yes! Do you know the their definition?
Well electric field intensity represents the strenght of the field at a point which is also the force on a unit positive charge....
Thats right! Magnetic field induction at a point due to magnetic field of source is the force experienced with angle between velocity and field as 90 degree!
E=F/q and its SI unit is N/C or Vm. I know hat too.
And the SI unit of Electromagnetic Induction is T or Tesla !
I also know that Magnetic Field intensity depends upon the configuration of current.
Electric Field intensity is due to a stationary charge while Electromagnetic induction is due to a moving charge.
Are they similar in a way?
Yes, both of them are inversely proportional to the distance.
Thank you so much.. this will help me a lot.
Anytime! We should go to our class now.. bye!