School Physics Notes: Electricity-magnetism Section 9. MAGNETISM index

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Electricity and magnetism Part 9 Magnetism: magnetic materials , temporary (induced) magnets, permanent magnets, magnet uses

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(excluding electromagnetism in a separate section)

9.1 Introduction to magnetism and magnetic fields

9.2 Magnetic fields - plotting and diagrams

9.3Magnetisation and making magnets - induced/permanent magnets

9.4 Uses of permanent magnets (See also electromagnets and uses)

9.5 The Earth's magnetic field and the compass

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