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401 Physics Pre-lab Questions 1/1 Expt#67 Hall Probe Measurements of Magnetic Fields Spring, 2007 Physics Dept, UIUC 1. A Hall probe measures the component of a magnetic field perpendicular to the Hall element. Suppose that a Hall probe has been aligned to give the maximum magnetic field reading at a given point in space. If the orientation of the Hall probe at that position were changed by 10, by what fraction...

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401 Physics Pre-lab Questions 1/1 Expt#67 Hall Probe Measurements of Magnetic Fields Spring, 2007 Physics Dept, UIUC 1. A Hall probe measures the component of a magnetic field perpendicular to the Hall element. Suppose that a Hall probe has been aligned to give the maximum magnetic field reading at a given point in space. If the orientation of the Hall probe at that position were changed by 10, by what fraction would the magnetic field measurement change? Does your answer depend on which axis the Hall probe is rotated? Explain. 2. A current of 3.1 A flows in 21.0 long cm solenoid of 240 total turns and a diameter of 10.20 cm. What is the field at the center of the solenoid? (The parameters of the solenoid in this problem are the same as the solenoids in Expt 67.) 3. Suppose that the solenoid were replaced by Helmholtz coils with a diameter of 22.2 cm. Using again a current of 3.1 A, how many turns...

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