IF THE MAGNET IN FARADAY'S EXPERIMENT IS REPLACED BY A CURRENT CARRYING COIL, WILL THE GALVANOMETER SHOW ANY DELFECTION? WHY?
Asked by afreensyed13 | 1st Aug, 2018, 05:50: PM
Yes, it will show a deflection.
Major role of magnet in Faraday's experiment is to develop magnetic field flux.
The change in flux induces current in electric circuit, due to which we see a deflection in the galvanometer.
The same can be done with a current carrying coil.
Because a current carrying coil develops a magnetic field around it.
And this field can also be used to bring change in flux for induction that results in the deflection of galvanometer.
Answered by Abhijeet Mishra | 3rd Aug, 2018, 03:13: PM
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