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23 February, 16:58

Using a magnet to create electrical current in a wire is called

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  1. 23 February, 18:33
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    Place a length of wire around the spinning magnet, and an electric current (moving electrons) will occur in the wire. This is called induction. If you wrap the wire multiple times around, you increase the amount of current induced. You can verify this if you have a very sensitive ammeter to measure the current with.
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