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Chapter 19: Electromagnetism

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Credit: CK-12 Foundation
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A 240 volt, 480 amp electrical generator. [Figure1]

The connection between electricity and magnetism is at the heart of two key inventions: electic motors and electric generators. Turning coils of wires through magnetic fields can be used to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy.  These interactions are at the center of electromagnetism. 

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