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Physics 1003: Electromagnetism

Electromagnetism: The magnetic field around a current-carrying wire is described. Students learn to apply right-hand rules to straight wires and solenoids and how an electromagnet works, including factors affecting its strength. Electromagnetic induction is introduced and the operation of generators and motors is compared.

Premiere Date: February 10, 2002 | Runtime: 00:29:13

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