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I seem to be confused as i'm designing an experiment involving; aiming to achieve the magnetic flux density by varying the distance of 2 soleniods B=kd. In order for this simple experiment i need to use a hall probe and research gave me:the uses of search coils, i'm now confused between logging in results as why the use of a hall probe is need as main research gave me the hall effect principle's and confused me between the functions of a hall probe and that of a search coil? why the hall probe is needed for the specific experiment? and the relevance of the hall effect principle to measuring the magnetic flux density?
Re: The Functions of a Search Coil/ Hall Probe
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