Difference between Conduction and Induction?

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The difference between induction and conduction is easy to remember once you know it. Induction refers to something flowing with electricity with nothing touching. Conduction is when something is flowing with electricity because something is touching it. In conduction a conductor is needed for electricity to flow.
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Conduction is a process of static electricity when energy is able to flow from one object to another when they are touching. Induction is a process of static electricity when energy
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Resistivity is the electrical resistance of a conducting material per unit length. In other words, it is the degree to which a conductor opposes the flow of electricity through itself
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You have not indicated what you mean by "charging" but transfer of charge by conduction requires a direct conductive connection, while charging by induction means transferring
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