What is a radial magnetic field? How is it obtained in a moving coil galvanometer?
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A radial magnetic field is the magnetic field in which the plane of the coil always lies in the direction of the magnetic field. It can be obtained by the following ways:

  • Properly cutting the pole pieces concave in shape.
  • Placing soft iron cylindrical core between the pole pieces.
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