Faraday current

Faraday current
Faradėjaus srovė statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. Faraday current; faradic current vok. Faradisationsstrom, m; faradischer Strom, m rus. ток Фарадея, m; фарадеев ток, m pranc. courant de Faraday, m; courant faradique, m

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