Physical Science Activities Manual ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Center of Excellence for Science and Mathematics Education at The University of Martin greater amount of electron flow? 2. In place of the single loop used in A2 of the first section use a coil of wire to cut the lines of force between the poles of the horseshoe magnet. Did you see greater deflection in the galvanometer? [Yes] 3. Wrap about 4 m of insulated copper wire around a cardboard tube from a roll of paper towels. Attach the ends to a galvanometer 4. Insert a bar magnet into the cardboard tube. Move it back and forth. At first slowly, then rapidly. [Slow movement will not produce much deflection. Rapid movement produces a larger deflection. Moving in produces deflection in one direction; moving out produces deflection in the other
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