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Investigation 6: Magnetic fields, the Earth, Faraday’s Law and Generators

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UNSW PHYS1110. Investigation 6: Magnetic fields, the Earth, Faraday’s law and generators.

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Investigation 6: Magnetic fields, the Earth, Faraday’s Law and Generators
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Electromagnetism Magnetism Electrodynamics Physical quantities Michael Faraday Maxwell's equations Electromagnetic induction Magnetic field Magnet Electromagnetic coil Galvanometer Electromagnet
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Electromagnetism Magnetism Electrodynamics Physical quantities Michael Faraday Maxwell's equations Electromagnetic induction Magnetic field Magnet Electromagnetic coil Galvanometer Electromagnet
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Additionally, this investigation is aimed at studying Faraday’s law by determining the relationship between the voltage and the magnetic field strength. By conducting this investigation, one will gain an understanding of: • Magnetic field’s • Faraday’s law • Generators Equipment Screenshot form the simulation • Simulation (downloaded on the PhET site) • Ruler Risk Assessment This experiment is a simulation. There are no risks associated with it. ________________ Results Part 1: Magnetic field of a bar magnet and the Earth 2. Data Collection Strength of a bar magnet: 100% Distance from the Magnet (cm) Magnetic Field Strength, B (G) 1.0 24.19 2.0 6.55 3.0 3.01 4.0 1.6 5.0 1.02 6.0 0.64 7.0 0.47 8.0 0.34 9.0 0.25 10.0 0.2 3. A scatter plot ill...
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