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.
Q&A Related to "What Is Electromagnetism"
Identification An electromagnet is a device that uses the flow of electric current to produce a magnetic field. This is not the same thing as an object that has been magnetized. An
An electromagnet is a piece of metal round tight around a metal coil several time therefore converting energy round to the circit.
It is when a changing/moving magnetic field induces a current in a closed loop. It would work with a single loop but the coil Eliel mentioned makes the production of electrical current
Effectively from zero to infinity, although neither of those two values are valid. But you can get as close to them as you want.
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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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