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Induction Coil with Magnet
# 5K10.20


Description: Move the magnet in and out of the coil connected to the galvanometer.

Instructions:

Parts: coil, galv., bar magnet

Purchased/Built: built

Quant. in Demo Room: 2

Demo References
Hilton E-8a A many turn coil attached to a projection galvanometer is flipped over or a magnet is thrust through.
Sutton E-216 Move a bar magnet in and out of a coil connected to a galvanometer. Turn the coil with a fixed magnet.
Freier and Anderson Ek-3 Use each end of a magnet with a coil and galvanometer.
Freier and Anderson Ek-3 Move a magnet through a coil connected to a galvanometer.
The American Journal of Physics AJP 48(8),686 Make the coil large enough for the instructor to walk, run, etc. through.

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