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Induction Coil with Magnet

PIRA DCS: 5K-10.20

Description

To demonstrate Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction: A changing magnetic flux produces and electromotive force (EMF):

Availability:Available
Location:PR30
Directions
Move the magnet in and out of a coil connected to a galvanometer. Observe the galvanometer and note the dependence on: the direction of motion, the speed at which the magnet is moved, the orientation of the magnet, and the distance between the magnet and coil.
Component List
Large Galvanometer
Bar Magnet(s)
Induction Coil
References
Freier & Anderson, Demonstration Handbook for Physics, Ek-3, page E-38.
R.M. Sutton, Demonstration Experiments in Physics, E-216, p339.
Sokoloff, David R. & Thornton, Ronald K., Interactive Lecture Demonstrations, Wiley, (2004). Pages 297-303.
Static Charge
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