Advanced PlacementCollegeHigh School / Physics

Magnetic Field Strength

Students use a magnetic field sensor to measure the magnetic field at the center of a coil at five different current levels. Students plot magnetic field strength versus current and analyze the relationship between the them.

Source: Physics Lab Station Investigations

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