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Which of the following devices uses this property to measure the amount of current passing through the wire loop? a. generator b. electric motor c. galvonometer d. armature
Galvonometer measure the amount of current passing through the wire loop.
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Galvonometer measure the amount of current passing through the wire loop.
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