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Magnetic Induction (Faraday's Law) Experiment



In this experiment, it is investigated how the induced current is formed from the magnetic properties of matter. The basic law explaining the phenomenon of magnetic induction is Faraday's Law.  According to this law, when the magnetic flux in the inner region of a conductive frame changes, an emf occurs on the frame, which creates a current according to Ohm's Law. This current is called induced current.