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Investigate ways of inducing a current in a coiled conductor and ways of affecting the size of the induced current.
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INDUCING CURRENT in a COILED CONDUCTOR.
Experiment Number 1 (15-06-04) Name: Suzanne Poulgrain
To investigate ways of inducing a current in a coiled conductor and ways of affecting the size of the induced current
APPARATUS / MATERIALS:
* 2 solenoids (different number of turns)
* iron core
* bar magnet
* 2 electrical leads
1. The experiment was set up as seen in Diagram 1.
2. The N pole of the magnet was:
a. plunged into the solenoid
b. held stationary within the solenoid
c. moved circularly inside the solenoid
d. quickly removed from the solenoid.
3. The magnet was then held stationary and the solenoid moved
4. The iron core was then placed within the solenoid and the magnet:
a. plunged into the solonoid
b. withdrawn from the solenoid.
5. The magnet was plunged into the solenoid at a:
a. slow speed
b. medium speed
c. rapid speed.
6. Two magnets were plunged into the solenoid with constant speed.
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