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  1. #1 Is EMF conservative or non conservative? 
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    Dear Friends,
    Well is EMF both conservative and non conservative at the same time, or is it simply a paradox.I have written a small article on it proving it's conservative and non conservative nature...

    read it @: http://<font color="blue">http://lap...mf.html</font>

    well I need your honest feedback.Do comment as feedback in my blog about the language ,
    style of writing,topic selected,things I missed,
    things that need more explanations....moreover i welcome contradictions to what said in the article...point out my mistakes...where I went wrong ..... THANK YOU[/b]


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  3. #2 Re: Is EMF conservative or non conservative? 
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahul210593
    Dear Friends,
    Well is EMF both conservative and non conservative at the same time, or is it simply a paradox.I have written a small article on it proving it's conservative and non conservative nature...

    read it @: http://<font color="blue">http://lap...mf.html</font>

    well I need your honest feedback.Do comment as feedback in my blog about the language ,
    style of writing,topic selected,things I missed,
    things that need more explanations....moreover i welcome contradictions to what said in the article...point out my mistakes...where I went wrong ..... THANK YOU[/b]


    E is conservative only in the static case.


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    Do comment as feedback in my blog about the language ,
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    There are a few things, such as the following, that need a little explanation:

    -0.9 - 0.1 = +1 v
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    Well thanks 4 pointing out that...
    ...since i have used Kirchhoff's loop rule 4 getting the potential drop in a closed loop.......the sign is of no importance,as the choice of direction for calculating the potential drop in closed loop can be clockwise or anti clockwise ( it's our choice)and and if i had used the opposite direction (i took clockwise direction),
    we would get +ve value.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahul210593
    Well thanks 4 pointing out that...
    ...since i have used Kirchhoff's loop rule 4 getting the potential drop in a closed loop.......the sign is of no importance,as the choice of direction for calculating the potential drop in closed loop can be clockwise or anti clockwise ( it's our choice)and and if i had used the opposite direction (i took clockwise direction),
    we would get +ve value.....
    Kirchoff's laws for circuits are only low-frequency lumped-parameter approximations to Maxwell's equations. The issue that you raise is not covered by Kirchoff's circuit theory laws.
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