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Electricity and magnetism Part 10 Electromagnetism and its uses - solenoid coils - design and uses of electromagnets

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10.1 Introduction to electromagnetism

(See other pages for introduction to magnets and magnetism)

10.2 The solenoid coil its design, function and use in an electromagnet

10.3 How to increase the magnetic field strength of a solenoid coil?

10.4 Electromagnet uses: magnet, relay switch, bell, loudspeaker, microphone, Maglev train


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