What is "emf" in physics?

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In physics, emf or electromotive force is defined as the voltage generated by a battery or by magnetic force according to Faraday's Law, which states that a time varying magnetic field will induce an electric current.
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emf is the electromotive force and is used as another word for voltage generated by a battery or by the magnetic force according to Faraday's law.
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The abbreviation, EMF, refers to and electromotive force, which is the force that causes a current to flow into a conductor. EMF can also stand for electromagnetic field.
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EMF file stands for "Enhanced Windows Metafile. It is a graphics file used by operating systems and associated programs to display images on your computer. The file is read by
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Windows Enhanced Metafile; you could think of this as a very primitive relation of Encapsulated PostScript, capturing a series of vector or bitmap drawing primitives. http://en.wikipedia.org
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