Why does an EMF appear in a conductor moving in a magnetic field? What is the name of the force that creates the EMF of induction in such a conductor?
When a conductor moves in a magnetic field, a magnetic force acts on the electrons from the side of the magnetic field, which is directed to one of the ends of the conductor. As a result, electric charges are separated in the conductor and a potential difference is formed at its ends, which is called the induction EMF. This force is called outside force.
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