Q&A: In an electric generator, a larger coil rotates slower than a smaller one?

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In an electric generator, a larger coil rotates slower than a smaller one?
Both are made of the same material. Thanks!
So there are two electric generators, one has a larger coil(heavier) and the other one has a smaller coil. When both coils are subject to the same voltage, which coil will spin faster?

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Answer by Jeremiah
What do you want to know?Do you want to know why? In a generator, when a wire passes close to a magnet, current, or electricity, is induced in the wire,and a magnetic field opposes the motion, slowing down the rotating magnet.Here, the inverse is happening. When electricity flows through a coil, it becomes what is known as an electromagnet.The electromagnet makes a magnetic field of it's own, and attracts the magnet, slowing down the coil.

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