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Topic 2 Physics Experiments

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Electromagnetism Force Physics Transformers Magnetism Electronic test equipment Electrical breakdown Galvanometer Electromagnetic coil Magnet Electromagnetic induction Electromagnet
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Electromagnetism Force Physics Transformers Magnetism Electronic test equipment Electrical breakdown Galvanometer Electromagnetic coil Magnet Electromagnetic induction Electromagnet
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• Equipment o 2 strong magnets o 2 Retort stands o 1 Transformer o 2 Clamps o 1 anmeter • Methods (chose either) • Method 1 o Clamp two strong bar magnets horizontally with opposite poles no more than a centimetre apart using clamps. o Suspend a wire vertically through the space between the magnets, so that its lower end is free to move. o Connect the ends of the wire to a DC power supply with light, flexible leads that allow the wire to move. Switch the current on briefly, then off, observing any movement of the suspended wire. Any movement of the wire would demonstrate the motor effect. o Experiment with various voltage settings on the power supply, the direction of the magnetic field and the direction of the current in the wire. You could use electromagnets, instead of permanent magnets. Systematically observe and record the ef...
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