magnetic induction

noun

Definition of magnetic induction

  1. 1 :  induction of magnetism in a body when it is in a magnetic field or in the magnetic flux set up by a magnetomotive force —symbol B

  2. 2 :  the product of the magnetic permeability of a medium by the intensity of magnetic field in it —called also magnetic flux density

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