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Magnetism produced by an electric current; uses and introduction to the right hand rule.

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    전자기

    전자기

    by Whakuk Lee //at grade
    전자기와 그의 이용, 오른손법칙
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    Electromagnetism

    Electromagnetism

    by Sunila Varghese //at grade
    What electromagnetism is and its uses, and the right hand rule.
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    Electromagnets

    Electromagnets

    by Sarah DeWees //at grade
    What electromagnetism is and its uses, and the right hand rule.
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    DIY Super Electromagnet

    DIY Super Electromagnet

    by Charles Yu //at grade
    How to Make a BIG and Powerful Electromagnet with the Primary of the transformer of a microwave oven. Remove the Secondary. With Iron or Steel (ferromagnetic materials) it attracts with a really great strength. With non ferrous metals like aluminum and copper it repels them due to Eddy currents. Courtesy of mopatin
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