A CRITICAL REVIEW OF DISPLACMENT CURRENT
In the field of physical science, the concept of displacement current of James Clerk Maxwell is considered as one of the most innovative concepts ever through which discovery of the electromagnetic theory leads him. In the Maxwell-Ampere law, the derivation of electric intensity shows that the variation in electric field can generate a magnetic field along with displacement current. During the development of its own concept, along with applause for the scientific content, they would also receive Criticism on it.
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