Is there a way to keep a glass coffee pot warm on an induction cooktop?

Is there a way to keep a glass coffee pot warm on an induction cooktop?

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  1. Yes, you need something called an “induction plate” or “induction disc”. Because induction transfers heat different from gas or electric hobs, it simply won’t work on a glass pot or carafe. (Not that it’ll do as gas of electric elements will do and BREAK the pot… it just won’t work.)
    I’m sure some Science Nerd will be happy to come along and explain the workings but induction burners detect whether there’s a ferrous metal present and won’t even turn on, even for great electrical conductors like aluminum and copper. The induction disc/plate is made of a ferrous metal, usually steel of some sort or another. When the burner detects the ferrous metal it knows that it can function and say to itself, “Self, time to get cooking!”
    (I’m really just elaborating on a single collapsed answer by Roger Fentiman. Quora ought to hire people who know science or who have better judgement than the AI, which seems to say, “Hmmm, not enough words. I’ll collapse this puppy!” Sometimes short answers are all that’s needed.)

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