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Electricity & magnetism Part 11 Motor effect of an electric current - Fleming's left-hand rule - applications e.g. electric motor, loudspeaker


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11.1 The motor effect - the effect of electric current and in a magnetic field

11.2 Predicting direction of force and direction of motion resulting from the motor effect - Fleming's left-hand rule

11.3 Calculating the size of the force produced by the motor effect

11.4 A simple d.c. electric motor - application of motor effect

11.5 A simple a.c. electric motor and uses of electric motors

11.6 The loudspeaker - an application of the motor effect


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