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I am using the formula B = 0.7155NI/R

N= 130

I=1.82

R=15cm=.15m

calculating this i get 1128.6 which is too much of a value for the magnetic field, any help would be appreciated

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I am using the formula B = 0.7155NI/R

N= 130

I=1.82

R=15cm=.15m

calculating this i get 1128.6 which is too much of a value for the magnetic field, any help would be appreciated

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marcusl

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What units are your equation in? Look here for the formula in SI units

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helmholtz_coil" [Broken]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helmholtz_coil" [Broken]

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