Materials needed
-electrical tape
-a magnet
-Copper wire
-2 electrical wires
-A light bulb
-Something to wrap the copper wire around ( a weight).
- A wooden rod
- A shoelace (optional).

Step 1: Wrapping the copper wire

Take your copper wire and wrap it around something ( I used a weight). Once wrapped take off of object and using electrical tape secure around sides so it does not become uncoiled.
<p>How much voltage does this experiment produce, and what kind of magnet is that? can you please tell it in a specific way so that I can buy those items specifically without any errors... Please... Reply Immediately, I will yous this experiment for my Science Investigatory Project, and I will assure you that you will become part of my acknowledgement... </p>
what kind of magnet is it??? <br>is it a normal Neodymium magnet or is it a diametrically magnetised Magnet???
how bright the light glow?any pics.
An AC bulb? Oh God! Impossible!
yes part of tweaking it includes getting a new bulb is part of it. I only used this bulb because it was easier to show people on.

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