what is difference between conduction and induction???

conduction is when the electricity is flowing because something is touching it, induction is when elctricity is flowing , but there is nothing touching it In cas of conduction the transfer of electrons between the conductor and charged body takes place whereas in case of induction no such transfer takes place, only the realignment of electrons in the induced body occurs.

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conduction is when the electricity is flowing because something is touching it, induction is when elctricity is flowing , but there is nothing touching it In cas of conduction the transfer of electrons between the conductor and charged body takes place whereas in case of induction no such transfer takes place, only the realignment of electrons in the induced body occurs.

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conduction is when the electricity is flowing because something is touching it,induction is when elctricity is flowing , but there is nothing touching itIn cas of conduction the transfer of electrons between the conductor and charged body takes place whereas in case of induction no such transfer takes place, only the realignment of electrons in the induced body occurs.

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conduction is when the electricity is flowing because something is touching it,induction is when elctricity is flowing , but there is nothing touching itIn cas of conduction the transfer of electrons between the conductor and charged body takes place whereas in case of induction no such transfer takes place, only the realignment of electrons in the induced body occurs.

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