# What happens when magnet is moved into the solenoid?

## What happens when magnet is moved into the solenoid?

When a small magnet is moved into or out of a solenoid, an emf is induced in the coil. However, if the magnet is moved into or out of the center of a toroidal coil (picture a donut with wire wrapped around it and the magnet moving into and out of the hole), there is no induced emf.

## What is the direction of the induced current in the solenoid as the bar magnet is moved to the right?

According to figure, the north pole of the magnet will move away from coil PQ, so that the direction of current at end Q flow in such a way that it will oppose the away moment of north pole, so it has to act as south pole. Thus, the direction of current will be anti-clockwise.

## When the magnet is moved towards the solenoid what change is expected in the galvanometer?

In the given diagram, when the magnet is pushed into the solenoid, the pointer of the galvanometer deflects slightly to the left.

## When the south pole of a bar magnet is moved into a solenoid?

If south polarity is bought close to one side of the coil, the side will tend to oppose it and hence will acquire south pole characteristics and it produces deflection of the points towards the right, nor when the solenoid moves away from the magnet, using len’z law solenoid will try to oppose the motion and hence will …

## What is a solenoid Class 10?

A solenoid is a coil of insulated or enameled wire wound on a rod-shaped form made of solid iron, solid steel, or powdered iron. Devices of this kind can be used as electromagnets, as inductors in electronic circuits, and as miniature wireless receiving antennas.

## What will happen if the bar magnet is continuously dropped inside the solenoid?

The flux and voltage will increase as the magnet enters the coil (with a polarity which depends on which pole comes first). With the magnet completely inside, the voltage will stay close to zero until it leaves.

## What is the direction of the magnet in a solenoid?

The direction of magnetic field is taken by convention that the field lines emerge from North pole and merge at the South pole. The strength of a magnetic field can be observed from the degree of closeness of the field lines.

## What is the direction of current in a solenoid?

Conventional current runs counter clockwise in the solenoid and is increasing with time.

## What is the rule for solenoid?

The second right-hand rule states that the thumb of the right hand points to the North Pole of the solenoid when the hand is wrapped in the same way as the electric current around the solenoid. The fingers point in the conventional direction of the electric current.

## What is the direction of the magnetic field produced in a solenoid when some current is passed through it Class 10?

Answer. Explanation: If the current passed is in clock wise direction then the south will generate at that end and if current is passed anti clock wise then the north poll will generate at that end. It will be similar to that of bar magnet.

## When the magnet is moved away from solenoid the galvanometer shows a deflection?

When the magnet is moved away from the coil, the galvanometer shows deflection in the opposite direction indicating the direction of induced current in the reversed direction.

## When the magnet is moved inside the coil of wire What does the galvanometer indicate?

If the magnet is held stationary near, or even inside, the coil, no current will flow through the coil. If the magnet is moved, the galvanometer needle will deflect, showing that current is flowing through the coil.

## What is the direction of induced current in a bar magnet?

For coil CD, current will get induced in clockwise direction as seen from the left end ie, from C. Q.

## What is the direction of the induced current if the magnet is moving away from the coil downward )?

As the magnet moves away, then according to Lenz’s law a current will be induced in the magnetic field so as to oppose the movement of the magnet. Therefore, a north pole will be developed on the face of the loop facing the magnet and therefore from fleming’s right hand rule an anti-clockwise current will be developed.

## What does the direction of the current induced into a solenoid depend on?

Current induced in a loop always points in a direction such that the magnetic field it generates opposes the change in the applied magnetic field that originally induced the current, which is a rule known as Lenz’s law.

## Does the direction of induced current change if the magnet is moved away from the solenoid?

Since the coil is moved away from the other, its magnetic field through the stationary loop decreases. To maintain the same magnetic field it induces a current in the same direction as of moving coil.