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### Chapter33

Course: PHY PHY 3311, Spring 2008
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INDUCTION 33.1. ELECTROMAGNETIC Model: Assume the magnetic field is uniform. Visualize: Please refer to Figure Ex33.1. Since a motional emf was developed the field must be perpendicular to V .The positive charges experienced a magnetic force to the left. By the right-hand rule the field must be out of the page so that x i is to the left. Solve: This is a straightforward use of Equation 33.3. We have v B =...

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