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Exploring and understanding magnets and electromagnets.

Victor, Edward

Exploring and understanding magnets and electromagnets.

by Victor, Edward

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Published by Benefic Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magnets -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Electromagnets -- Juvenile literature.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesExploring and understanding science series. Matter and energy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC757 .V5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p.
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5994475M
    LC Control Number66026022

    Electricity and Magnetism. Electricity and magnetism are integral to the workings of nearly every gadget, appliance, vehicle, and machine we use. This unit explains electricity, from charged particles at the atomic level to the current that flows in homes and businesses. There are two kinds of electricity: static electricity and electric currents. Understanding Physics, a compilation of three volumes covering (I) Newtonian mechanics and thermodynamics, (II) electromagnetism, and (III) atomic physics, is a fantastically useful reference for everything you probably learned in high school physics and then forgot. Like all of Dr. Asimov's nonfiction, it is written with the utmost clarity /5.

    At what level? I recommend Jackson, “Classical Electrodynamics” — it'll last a lifetime. And magnetic south, I don't know exactly where that is. But it can kind of move around a little bit. It's not in the same place. So it's a little bit off the axis of the geographic north pole and the south pole. And this is another slightly confusing thing. Magnetic north is the geographic location, where the north pole of a magnet will point to.

    Reading Comprehension - Disciplinary LiteracyThis resource covers the following topics: A brief history- How it works- Current applications- Earth's magnetic field- The futureBuyer Comments: "I used this today with my 9th graders for a sub activity; it was well received and a good reinforcement o. Bay Area Scientists in Schools Presentation Plan Lesson Name Exploring Magnets Grade Level 2nd & 3rd Standards Connection(s) 2-PS Magnets can apply force to move some objects. 2-PS Objects fall to Earth unless held up. 2-PS Motion can be changed with force (push, pull, size of change is related to strength or amount of force).File Size: KB.


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