Au2012_PracticeQuiz4

To calibrate the coil you need to calculate the rate

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Unformatted text preview: ou can measure the rate of change of the current with a voltmeter by placing a small coil of wire inside the solenoid and measuring the voltage across it. To calibrate the coil you need to calculate the rate of change of the current in the solenoid if you know the number of turns of superconducting wire per unit length of the solenoid, the radius of the coil, the number of loops in the coil, and the voltage across the coil. December 7th, 2012 TA (circle 1): Michael Janas Cole Grasse Physics 1202W.100 – Practice Quiz #4 Name: Barun Dhar ID: Tim Peterson Yusuf Buyukdag Multiple Choice (25...
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