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Pick apart an AC Generator to understand how it drives the machines that surround you or learn to use a screw gauge virtually. Discover the fascinating universe of electricity and magnetism in 3D!

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AC Generator

The most important practical result of Faraday’s discovery which transforms mechanical energy into electric energy. It produces an electromotive force by changing the number of magnetic flux Lines passing through a coil.

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AC Generator Working

A device which works on principle of electromagnetic induction and converts mechanical energy into electrical energy.

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Calorimeter

An instrument used for measuring the quantity of heat absorbed or released by matter when undergoes a physical or chemical change.

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Capacitor

A two-terminal, electrical component which has the capacity to store energy in the form of an electrical charge producing a potential difference across its plates.

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Cyclotron

A particle accelerator where a charged particle moving normal to a magnetic field experiences magnetic lorentz force due to which the particle moves in a circular path.

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Dry Cell

A voltage-producing source containing chemical in the form of thick paste called electrolyte It produces voltage of about 1.5 volts commonly used for portable electrical devices.

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Electric bell

A mechanical bell that functions by means of an electromagnet, convert electrical energy into mechanical energy in the form of sound. When an electric current is applied, it produces a repetitive buzzing sound.

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Electric Bulb

An incandescent lamp with a wire filament to produce heat and light from electricity.

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Electric Fuse

A safety device used to limit the current in an electric circuit.

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Moving Coil Galvanometer

A sensitive device used to detect and measure small electric current works on the principle that when a current carrying loop or coil is placed in a uniform magnetic field, the coil experiences a torque.

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Gold Leaf Electroscope

An instrument used to detect electric charge.

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Optical fibre

A fibre cable which uses the phenomenon of TIR. It is widely used in fiber-optic communications to transmit data over longer distances at a very high speed.

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Primary Cells

Batteries which are designed to be used once and then discarded, and not recharged with electricity. The chemical reactions in the battery use up the chemicals and generate the power.

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Screw Gauge

A precision instrument also known as micrometer screw gauge works on principle of screw, used to measure diameter of circular objects.

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