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Ok the question is -- Why is the peak voltage generated by rotating a coil in a magnetic field proportional to the angular frequency of the rotation??
The answer i believe is the higher the frequency--> the more rapid change of magnetic flux.
can anybody concur this is correct and why the answer would not be higher frequency--> more rapid change of electric flux?
The answer i believe is the higher the frequency--> the more rapid change of magnetic flux.
can anybody concur this is correct and why the answer would not be higher frequency--> more rapid change of electric flux?