Faraday’s Law

  • Analyze qualitatively and quantitatively, with reference to energy transfers and transformations, examples of Faraday’s Law and Lenz’s Law 𝜀 = −𝑁 𝛥𝛷 𝛥𝑡, including but not limited to:
    • The generation of an electromotive force (emf) and evidence for Lenz’s Law produced by the relative movement between a magnet, straight conductors, metal plates and solenoids
    • The generation of an emf produced by the relative movement or changes in current in one solenoid in the vicinity of another solenoid

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Faraday’s law:

𝜀 = −𝑁 𝛥𝛷 𝛥𝑡

  • ε is the electromotive force
  • Φ is the magnetic flux
  • N is the number of turns

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