What Is Electromagnetic Effect?


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Imeh Abasianam Mialechalex Profile
Electromagnetic effect is one caused by a magnet placed in an electic field
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Rajesh Shri answered
Electromagnetic effect is the effect of electric and magnetic fields on various materials. Water being dipolar in nature is partly aligned when it comes in contact with an electric field; also as it is diamagnetic or displays the property of being repelled by a magnet it could be elevated when exposed to very high magnetic fields.

Another example of electromagnetic effect is observed in the event of a nuclear explosion; a strong electromagnetic field is often created after the occurrence of an explosion whose presence can be experienced by its effect on electric and electronic equipment.

With respect to conductors a strong electric field is seen to induce magnetic properties in the conductor which then becomes an electromagnet while a strong magnetic field is seen to induce an electric current in the conductor (electromagnetic induction). The electromagnetic effect is seen with respect to radiation as well; radiation like alpha and beta rays emitted by radioactive substances get deflected when exposed to an electric or magnetic field.
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Anonymous answered
It is a effect on the magnetic field on different types of materials.

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