User:Brian P. Josey/JLab Backups/June 10, 2011

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Magnetic Flux versus Current

Here is the table of data I generated by plotting the magnetic flux passing through each pick-up coil in the core of the solenoid test magnet:

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In the above table, Current specifies how much current is passing through the each turn of the solenoid, while coil specifies the coil over which the measurement was taken, and Magnetic Flux gives the total magnetic flux through the coil in G m2. Number is a reference that I put into the table, on the off chance that I would need to return to original data tables to redo my calculations. The number comes from file names, which are of the form magflux X.txt, where X is the value under Number.