Lab Report Faraday's Law

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Introduction Faraday’s law is a law that was named after a scientist called Michael Faraday. He was born in 1791 and died in 1867. He came from the poor family in Newington England. He was fully with intense concentration and intelligent. He was an errand boy for a bookbinding shop and he read every book that is science related. He was interested in the knowledge of specifically forces. Because of his early reading and experiments with the idea of force, he was able to make important discovery in electricity later in life. He was British physicist and scientist. He early contributed to electricity include the invention of motor, generator and transformer, electromagnetic induction and law of electrolysis. Figure 1…show more content…
Look this video, it is available at The Experiment on Electromagnetic Induction During the doing of the experiment now we know that four important effects that He came up with during his experiment: • The galvanometer display the deflection whenever there is relative movement between the magnet and coil. • The deflection where more when the relative movement was faster and less when the relative motion was slower. • Deflection direction changed when the polarity of the magnet changed. • The galvanometer deflect change when the number of turn of coil-more the number of turns, greater the deflection. Benefits 1. We can enjoy playing with our machines even load shading. 2. The other machines use generators e.g. DC generators and AC generator. 3. With the use of transformers, we can transform and transmit AC electricity over a long path with less loss of power. 4. Electromagnetic flow meters can be used to measure the blood rate using magnetic fields which are applied to electrically conducting fluids. 5. The electromagnetic induction it is used again to transmit current across the

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