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why there is no induced emf devlop across a resistor?? And what is basic difference between a resistor and a inductor?

why there is no induced emf devlop across a resistor??


And what is basic difference between a resistor and a inductor?


 


 

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Khandavalli Satya Srikanth
38 Points
8 years ago

The emf will be induced when there is a change in flux associated with it.But in resistor there is no flux linkage chainging.So there is no emf induced.

Resistor is energy dessipating element where as inductor is a energy storage element.

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