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Induced vs Electromagnet - What's the difference?

induced | electromagnet |

As a verb induced

is (induce).

As a noun electromagnet is

a magnet which attracts metals only when electrically activated.

induced

English

Verb

(head)
  • (induce)
  • Usage notes

    * In medical and other technical fields, and in mainstream reportage of medical and other such topics, the participle (term) is particularly often found as the latter half of a compound functioning as an adjective, the first half of the compound being either an agent (identifying a person or thing that is inducing) or an instrument (identifying a thing that is used to induce); hence (term), (term), (term), and so on. In some cases, (term) may even appear on its own as an adjective, as in (induced abortion).

    electromagnet

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A magnet which attracts metals only when electrically activated
  • See also

    * solenoid *