Induction lab - pole of the compass 3-Drawn in lab book...

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Michael Icaza 106659364 Section 9 Induction lab Purpose- To investigate electrical induction through changing magnetic fields.  Procedure- On lab sheet Data- This graph shows how the induced voltage in a coil diminishes as the inducing coil and  the induced coil move further apart.  Conclusion questions- 1-Moving the bar magnet induces a very brief and small current in the coil
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2-Using the compass, the north pole of the bar magnet is the side that repels the north 
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Unformatted text preview: pole of the compass 3-Drawn in lab book 4-Shown as graph above 5-The plot should be that of exponential decay 6-The result we get here indicates that as the loop wire move further away from the magnetic field produced by the large coil, the induced current rapidly drops off, telling us that the strength of the field is an inverse square as well as the strength of the current produced....
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