Helmholtz coil

German: Helmholtz-Spule
Japanese: ヘルムホルツコイル

Electromagnetism. Hermann von Helmholtz, 1821-1894. A device used for providing a relatively uniform magnetic field, consisting of two identical circular coils on a common axis, connected in series, and separated by the radius of one of the coils.

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