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071 - Electromagnetic Induction

In this video Paul Andersen explains how electromagnetic induction occurs when the magnetic flux of an object changes. The magnetic flux is product of the surface area perpendicular to the magnetic field and the magnetic field strength. Microphones and generators are examples of devices that utilize electromagnetic induction.

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Title: String Theory
Artist: Herman Jolly

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Bach, Eviatar. English: Faraday’s Experiment to Try to Induce a Current from a Magnetic Field, with a Battery on the Left, an Iron Ring in the Centre, and a Galvanometer on the Right. This Diagram Is Based on One Found in Page 263 of Physics: Principles with Applications, Fifth Edition, Author Douglas C. Giancoli, Illustrators Patrice Van Acker and Tamara Newnam Cavallo. The Explanation in the Book Reads as Follows, with the Left Coil Being X and the Right Coil Y:, September 20, 2011. Own work. commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Faraday_emf_experiment.svg .
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“File:Hans Christian Ørsted Som Ung.jpg.” Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed May 28, 2014. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Hans_Christian_%C3%98rsted_som_ung.jpg .
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