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Magnetic Induction Experiment

- To study the magnetic field created by a current carrying solenoid

- To investigate the relationship between the current in a solenoid and the magnetic field due to the solenoid

- To determine the magnitude of the induced voltage in a small coil that placed in a current carrying solenoid

- To find the experimental magnetic field constant as the permeability of free space and compare it with the expected value.




Electromagnetic induction is the production of an electromotive force across a conductor when it is exposed to a time-varying magnetic field. Electromagnetic induction tells us that a time-varying magnetic field can act as a source of the electric field. The method of calculation is known as Faraday’s law and you will be experiencing how to calculate magnetic induction.