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  • Electricity and Magnetism

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    Electricity and Magnetism History Electromagnetism Originally electricity and magnetism were thought of as two separate forces. This view changed, however, with the publication of James Clerk Maxwell's 1873Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism in which the interactions of positive and negative charges were shown to be regulated by one force. There are four main effects resulting from these interactions, all of which have been clearly demonstrated by experiments: 1. Electric charges attract

  • Secret of Magnetism Essay

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    when speaking about magnetism and its use in our everyday lives, you can learn the SECRET—the secret of magnetism! A true scientist would be glad to share his secrets through experimentation. Thus, I will share the secret with you. It begins with science—physics, to be exact: matter and energy, conduction and induction, magnetizing and demagnetizing. All will be explained in my science project. More importantly, to discover through experimentation that the secret behind magnetism could be its power

  • The Effect Of Temperature On Magnetism And Machines

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    Temperature, magnetism, and mechanisms are all things that we need in our society today so we can go places. From cars, to computers, to wind turbines, temperature and magnetism affects how each one moves (Balasubramanian et al). How does temperature affect magnetism and machines is a question that scientists always ask and are constantly coming up with different answers to. Countless discoveries, observations and inventions have been made relating to the topic at hand. There is history behind who

  • Essay on Magnetism Lab 19

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    Magnetism – Lab 19 Go to http://phet.colorado.edu/simulations/sims.php?sim=Magnets_and_Electromagnets and click on Run Now. Part I: 1. Move the compass slowly along a semicircular path above the bar magnet until you’ve put it on the opposite side of the bar magnet. Describe what happens to the compass needle. The white lead of the needle faces the South part of the magnet in a perpendicular way. When the needle is facing the center of the magnet, the lead turns to a 90 degree angle

  • The Power Of Magnetism And Electricity Since Ancient Times

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    Introduction: Mankind has been aware of the presence of magnetism and electricity since ancient times. Prehistoric man observed instances of lightning and static electricity, as well even creating a primitive version of the compass. Magnetism wasn’t officially discovered until the late 16th Century, and it would be even longer until scientists learn to wield electricity for demonstrations in the 18th Century. Now, three-hundred years later, we are combining these two forces to enhance transportation

  • Essay about Concepts, Theories and Unknowns Aspects of Magnetism

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    Concepts, Theories and Unknowns Aspects of Magnetism Magnetism has long been one of the great mysteries of the world. It has gone for so long unexplained and although there has been a lot of progress in figuring out how magnetism works and what it’s caused by, it still isn’t completely understood. There are many theories about magnetism, but there is still much more yet to be discovered about magnetism. In the future it will probably be easily understood, but none the less intriguing. Magnets

  • Electricity and Magnetism

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    Human civilisation has dealt with magnetism for millennia, earliest evidence dating as far back as 1000 BC where the ancient Chinese civilisation discovered a naturally occurring magnetic ore, magnetite. This ore, commonly known as lodestone was used by the ancient Chinese as a geomagnetic compass, however, no one really knew what magnetism was at the time. For centuries on, we have had basic knowledge regarding electricity based upon static electricity found from rubbing amber and fur. However,

  • The Future Of Electric Energy

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    Upon the first discovery of electricity, the subjects of electricity and magnetism would go on to revolutionize life as we know it. With the rudimentary work completed by the leaders within the field, such as Benjamin Franklin or Nikola Tesla, these brilliant scientists laid the foundation that would go on to become arguably one of the most important aspects of our forever-changed society. Although we have learned to incorporate electricity, it has many uses within our lives. Electric energy is at

  • The Origin Of Electricity And Magnetism

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    The Origin of Electricity and Magnetism This paper is mainly about the origin and discoveries of electricity and magnetism. It is solely a summary of two natural phenomenon which have changed everything about our way of life and has ushered us into a remarkable new age. First and foremost, it is about the fundamental idea of how electricity and magnetism came about, then, the development and discoveries of sources of electricity and magnetism by many inventors and the latter discoveries of mega-production

  • Essay on The Applications and Properties of Ferrofluids

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    Generally magnetite, Fe3O4, is most commonly used although other materials, such as MnFe2O4 and CoFe2O4 are possible. A usable magnetite can be easily made by the reaction of Iron(II) and Iron(III) ions in a basic solution such as ammonia. Magnetite?s magnetism is related to its inverse spinel structure that is easily which is present above 120 K. The structure consists of a

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