lenzs law

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Lenz's law (ˈlɛntsɪz)
physics the principle that the direction of the current induced in a circuit by a changing magnetic field is such that the magnetic field produced by this current will oppose the original field
[C19: named after H. F. E. Lenz (1804--65), German physicist]

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