Electromagnetic Induction Physics Lab Report and Essay

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Data Table 1. Galvanometer readings for magnet motion. If possible, use the same sensitivity (Button
No.) for all readings. Note that “3” is the most sensitive button on the galvanometer. Show readings to
the right of zero as positive and those to the left as negative.
The blank rows are for polarity trials – you design the experiment.
Button No.
Reading
Magnet
Strong
Direction
Inward
Speed
Slow
2
Strong
Outward
Slow
2
2
8
-8
12
– 12
Strong
Inward
Fast
2
Strong
Outward
Fast
2
Weak
Inward
Slow
2
8
8
Weak
Outward
Slow
2
Weak
Inward
Fast
2
10
-10
Weak
Outward
Fast
2
Conclusions Table 1. State the effect on the galvanometer readings of
motion:
reacting ,
the direction of the Based on the direction
on the direction determined if the
red is positive or negative
the speed of the As the speed increases the reading
becomes higher
the strength of the the strength of the magnet
effect the magnetic flux
magnet:
the polarity of
the magnet (you
design trials for
this):
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Data Table 2. Galvanometer readings for electromagnetic induction by circuit making and breaking
(turning current on and off). You will find that you have to change to the most
sensitive galvanometer button for non-iron cores. The blank rows are for any new rods
we may
later
acquire
Switch
Continuously off
Core
Iron (Fe)
Button No.
On-Off Average
Continuously on
Iron (Fe)
Suddenly on
Iron (Fe)
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Reading
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Suddenly off
Iron (Fe)
Suddenly on
Air
2
Suddenly off
Air
2
Suddenly on
Aluminum (AI)
Z
N
Suddenly off
Aluminum (AI)
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0 이
2
Suddenly on
Wood
2
Suddenly off
Wood
2
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WO
Suddenly on
Plastic
2
0
Suddenly off
Plastic
Z
Suddenly on
Suddenly off
Conclusions Table 2. What do you conclude from the double coil experiments?
You saw in Section I that the inner
coil becomes an electromagnet when
current runs through it. But Equation
1 combined with Equation 3 predicts
that a magnetic field B in the inner
coil has to be changing in order to
produce a voltage in the outer coil.
What did you observe about this?
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The ability of a core material to
enhance electromagnetic induction

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