What experience served as the basis for M. Faraday to hypothesize the existence of the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction?
In 1831, Faraday conducted an experiment that allowed him to define a phenomenon he called “electromagnetic induction”. The essence of the experiment was as follows: Two coils wound on a wooden frame were located close enough. A galvanometer was connected to one coil, while the second was connected to a battery. When the second coil was connected to the battery, the galvanometer showed the presence of a weak current in the first coil. A similar current was observed when the second coil was disconnected from the battery.
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