Class 10 Physics Magnetic Effects of Electric Current Faraday Experiment-3

Faraday Experiment-3

  • Take a wire, a current carrying conductor/wire and a galvanometer
  • Donot move the current carrying conductor. Keep it stationary
  • The galvanometer moves to indicate a current in the wire.
  • In general, the current carrying conductor/magnet is called primary coil. The conductor in which the current is induced is called the secondary coil
  • Conclusion: Relative motion between the current carrying conductor and the wire is not mandatory for inducing current in the wire.

Share these Notes with your friends  

< Prev Next >

You can check our 5-step learning process