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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Electromagnetism Induction

Electromagnetic induction is a phenomenon of excitement of the magnetomotive force (MMF) of induction in a contour as a result of change of an electric induction flux (or electric flux linkage of the contour) across surface, bounded by this contour, because of change of field itself or motion of the contour (magnetic, magneto dielectric or another magnetism body) in stationary electric field.

Materials Use: Faraday and Henry use a electromagnet, galvanometer,,and transformer in their experiment.

The compass needle will move as the current flows trough the wire because it is not perpendicular


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