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a coil made up of insulated copper wire is connected to a galvanometer what will happen to the deflection of galvanometer if this coil is moved towards a stationary bar magnet and move away from it give reasons and name the phenomenon involved


a coil made up of insulated copper wire is connected to a galvanometer what will happen to the deflection of galvanometer if this coil is moved towards a stationary bar magnet and move away from it give reasons and name the phenomenon involved 


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swapnil sharma
32 Points
11 years ago

when coil will be moved towards the magnet a current will be induced in the coil and the galvanometer will show a deflection but when it will taken away the current will still be generated but in the opposite direction ...this phenomenon is called electromagnetic induction

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