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Journal Article Review - What causes electromagnetic induction? By Bill Robertson

My journal article I chose was about electromagnetic induction. Electromagnetic induction is essentially the production of voltage across an electrical conductor in a changing magnetic field. That sounds rather complicated, but it essentially can be summarized as voltage moving across a conductor from positive to negative magnetic fields. The article breaks these concepts down to appeal to a more general audience in understanding how it all works (the truth being that we don’t really know why). The article also discusses the concept of a closed vs open circuit, and how it relates to electromagnetism.

Travis Smith
Travis Smith
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Could you provide some background on why you are completing a journal article review? Information on the article you reviewed (a citation, link, or doi) would be greatly helpful so we can have a conversation about the article and your review. 

Emily Faulconer
Emily Faulconer
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