Experiment some more with your electromagnet. Count how many paperclips it
can pick up. If you coil more wire around it will it pick up more paperclips?
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Thin wire; A long nail = 10p is a good size (10P = 10-penny - 3-inches, the size of
the nail *); Two 1.5 volt D-cell batteries, AND/OR a 12-volt lantern battery; Wire ...
May 5, 2011 ... Make your own electromagnet using items you already have around your house.
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Experiments with electromagnets. Electromagnets. What is an electromagnet? An
electromagnet is simply a coil of wire. It is usually wound around an iron core.
A cool science experiment which teaches kids about a magnetic field is to make
an electromagnet from scratch. Electromagnet principles and theory was ...
An electromagnet is a type of magnet that attracts metals with the help of
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Discover how the strength of an electromagnet changes depending on the
number of wire coils in this electricity project.
Stainless steel, for example, is non-magnetic and will not function for the purpose
of an electromagnet coil! The ideal material for this experiment is soft iron, but ...
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