Faradays law, Physics

Faraday's law

The line integral of the electric field about a closed curve is proportional to the instant time rate of change of the magnetic flux by a surface limited by that closed curve; in differential form,

curl E = -dB/dt,

where d/dt illustrate partial differentation.

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