I am desperately trying to find the answer to this question! In Faraday's experiments, what would be the advantage of using coils with many turns?
Simon Brown - Derby
In using a coil with many turns each coil induces electricity. As it is in coils the coils act as a paralel circuit and the current induced adds up. This makes the effects of inducing a current into the wire more noticeable and easier to measure.
Will Adams - Suffolk, England
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