Faraday's Law Physics Lab Report Help

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I have a report for physics lab (Faraday’s Law) and I want to rephrase it totally

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Faraday’s Law GPII: 2064-002 Friday 2pm-4pm 16 Mar 2018 Jason Roark, Johanna Cannon, Nick Haywood Conclusion Part 1 Using an induction coil and a magnet, Faraday’s Law can be demonstrated by measuring the change in voltage when a magnetic field is moved near the induction coil. Before we started the experiment, we made a guess that our induction coil was wound counter-clockwise from positive to negative leads. The coil would attract the magnetic north end of the compass (calibrated away from magnets with the planets magnetic poles) when placed nearby. Given this, we believe the EMF generated by our magnet pole will be positive. This is because our induction coil is generating a negative magnetic field that attracts the north pole of our magnet, and due to Faraday’s Law of Induction the EMF generated must be opposite our magnetic field. Given that our voltage started with a maximum peak, we can induce that our inductor is wound counter-clockwise from positive to negative leads. When we included the iron bar with the inductor, the change in voltage was much more extreme. The voltage increased much more than it decreased, so we can see that including the iron bar increased the strength of the magnetic field in the inductor. Inductor with iron bar in the middle Part II In this portion of the lab, we placed two inductors next to each other that were connected to current/voltage probes, then measured how distance between the two inductors would change the magnetic field around them. No space between the inductors Space between the inductors Potential change as distance increases As the graphs show, the potential changes (decreases) as the inductors are moved further apart. This is due to the magnetic field being weakened by the increase of distance. This makes sense theoretically as well, since distance is in the denominator of the magnetic field equation. Part III In this part of the lab, we looked at the use of electrical current to create motion. We held the inductor in each of our hands and connected it to the power amplifier. Then we set the inductor down with the iron bar flush against its side. It is feasible to believe that a strong enough electric current can create motion. Due to our observations, we can conclude that if a strong enough current is present it can create motion because of the energy within that current. ...
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Faraday’s Law
GPII: 2064-002
Friday 2pm-4pm
16 Mar 2018
Conclusion Part 1.
In our experiment, the prediction we formulated is that, induction coil will be wound counterclockwise started from the positive (+) to negative (-) leads. Knowing that in Faraday's Law, we
could measure the voltage changes once the magnetic field moved near the induction coil.
Hence, in this experiment, there is positive EMF that the magnet pole has formulat...

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