Optional Practical: Flux density (copy)

IB Physics: Optional Practical: Flux density (copy)

In this practical the flux density of a magnet will be found by measuring the force experienced by a current carrying conductor placed in the field using a digital balance. From the definition of flux density the force experienced by a current carrying conductor in a perpendicular field is given by:F= BILWhere B = Flux densityI = CurrentL = Length of conductor in the fieldWARNING Depending on the diameter and length...


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