Experiment 10 - Discussion Questions: 1. The north pole of...

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Discussion Questions: 1. The north pole of the given magnet, determined by induction near a compass by repulsing the south end of the compass, was thrust halfway into the outer coil and then pulled out. When thrusted in, the galvanometer moved to the right (positive), and when pulld out, the galvanometer moved to the left (negative). The magnitude of the deflection increased with the speed of the thrust of the magnet into the outer coil. This is due to the fact that the flux is opposite the direction of current and that the flux is time dependent and thus the magnetic field interacts more quickly when the magnet is approaching or leaving more quickly. 2. The procedure from number one was repeated using the south pole of the magnet and the magnitude was found to be the same but the direction of the deflection was the opposite. This is also due to the definition of flux based on Lnez’s law. The flux has the opposite sign of the induced EMF provided and is thus opposite the North when the South is applied. 3.
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