How does an electric coil work?


Understanding how an electric coil works is useful for physics and electronics students. An electric coil is made of two copper coils wrapped around a common iron core. One coil acts as a primary conductor. Electricity passes through this coil, causing a magnetic field to form. This wire acts as storage for the magnetic electricity, and it passes the electricity over to the secondary coil when its current is interrupted. The energy moves to the second coil through electromagnetic induction, and because of the large number of turns present in the second coil, the voltage from the jump is thousands of volts. This is significant enough to cause an electric spark, which can jump through an air gap, transferring electricity as it does so.
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An electric coil transfers the electric current through it by a magnetic field. An electric coil can be changed on how it works and processes it by Lenz's law.
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