What Is Electromagnetism?


Electromagnetism denotes the interaction between electrical fields or currents with magnetic fields. The magnetism that is produced by an electrical current was realized when a copper wire carrying an electric current was discovered to magnetize pieces of steel or iron near it.
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Electromagnetism is defined as magnetism that is created by an electrical current. This word is considered a noun in the parts of speech.
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