Facts concerning the electric field, magnetic field, and the movement have been considered in the practical procedure. The right-hand rule was utilized to determine the direction of the aspects that are known to be properties associated with electric and magnetic characteristics. It involved changing both magnetic and electric field through variations of both the properties. Results as read from the oscilloscope were recorded, and calculations of the experiment are illustrated in datasheet, followed by discussion and a concluding statement
Literary it can be regarded to be like a battery and act negatively on how the charges flow. The experiment design sought to make an application of the law and determine the outcome of a lab session. An imperative aspect that achieves the application is power generation. These include the generating stations where magnetic flux is formed by water that falls on the blades hence rotating the magnetic component (Leus, 2014).
Why mid-point of 2 and 4 has a maximum value of flux: the rate of change of the charge is highest hence posting the highest flux value. The difference is the sign attached to the value. The motion causing each is in the opposite direction (Leus, 2014).
The outcome showed that when a charge moves, magnetic flux properties are created. The experiment objectives in the purpose statement were thus met successfully. A variation in the charge factor at a peak to peak value of 414 volts achieved a flux of 1,0263 T, hence proves that a charge in motion creates a magnetic field. The experiment had challenges from the operation of the measurement device. The inability to create smooth motion of the charge holding device was the source of errors in the experiment.