Posted by **Jasmine** on Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 10:15pm.

A square conducting loop with sides of length L is rotation at a constant angular speed of, w (omega), in a uniform magnetic field of magnitude B. At time t=0, the loop is oriented so that the direction normal to the loop is aligned with the magnetic field. Find the expression for the potential difference induced in the loop as a function of time.

I think it's Vind= BL^2*w*sin(theta)

Is this right? If it's not, can someone please explain how it should be? Thanks.

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