zurgboy2
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We're doing a general science project on the rate of change of electromagnetic induction as the number of turns on the coil changes.
We're asked to find secondary information, but... There isn't any that we could find.
Aside from the original Faraday experiment, nobody has recreated it.
Does anyone have an idea or a clue on any experiment relating to this?
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What are you trying to find as secondary information? If it's sources on the internet, the search something along the lines of 'experiment changing number of coil turns changes rate of change of electromagnetic induction'. You should find something, if that's what you're looking for.
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