School Physics: Electricity-magnetism Index Section 12. Generator effect

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Electricity and magnetism Part 12 Generator effect and applications e.g. d.c. dynamo and a.c. alternator generators and microphone

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12.1 What is the 'generator effect'? What is electromagnetic induction? demonstrations of it?

12.2 Introduction to electrical generators, problem of opposing current, how to increase the p.d. and power output

12.3 The alternator a.c. generator

12.4 The dynamo d.c. generator

12.5 How does a microphone work?

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