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What does magnetism mean?

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What does magnetism mean? magnetism. Noun 1. The property of being magnetic 2. The science which treats of magnetic phenomena. 3. Power of attraction; power to excite the feelings and to gain the affections.

Electric Potential, Current, and Resistance

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Hey it’s professor, Dave let’s learn about electric potential. We now know about the electric force and the electric fields that propagate this force, so how is this useful to humans? To answer this we must understand that just as there is gravitational potential energy by virtue of an object’s position in a gravitational field, […]

21. Class 12th Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Tangent Galvanometer | by Ashish Arora

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21. Class 12th Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Tangent Galvanometer | by Ashish Arora

let us now study an important experimental setup. which we call tangent galvanometer. we can write that this is the device. for which we can say this is used. to measure. horizontal component. of. earths magnetic field. we can also write that any point. on earth surface. where this device is used. lets first discuss […]

22. Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Solved Example-4 on Classical & Terrestrial Magnetism (GA)

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22. Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Solved Example-4 on Classical & Terrestrial Magnetism (GA)

in this example we are given that at a point on earth surface, horizontal component of earth’s magnetic field is 40 micro tesla. and the dip angle is 30 degree and we are required to find the total magnetic field of earth at this point. so in this situation we know at a point if […]

8. Class 12th Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Analogy Between Electric & Magnetic Dipoles

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8. Class 12th Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Analogy Between Electric & Magnetic Dipoles

now we’ll study about the analogy between electric and, magnetic dipoles. or we have recently discussed about the results of magnetic induction due to magnetic dipoles. on, there axial and equatorial points. we just have a look on the situation like if this an electric dipole with the dipole moment p. we know that on […]

7. Class 12th Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Magnetic Induction due to a Bar Magnet

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7. Class 12th Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Magnetic Induction due to a Bar Magnet

lets study the magnetic induction due to a bar magnet on equatorial line. equatorial line is the line along the perpendicular bisector of a bar magnet similar thing we have studied in electrostatic also. here if the pole strengths of the magnet are considered as plus m and minus m. equal in magnitude but the […]

Human Magnetism Theme from the Fringe series S3E17

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Human Magnetism Theme from the Fringe series S3E17

What is this place exactly? This is the place where the mysteries of the universe get answered. And congratulations (because) whatever your ‘Security Clearance’ one just get (up it) about seven miles deeper. I want to show you (one thing): We count two sets of DNA in the specimens being took in scene. (Are) Two […]

Magnetism | Wikipedia audio article

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Magnetism | Wikipedia audio article

16. Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Direction of Earth’s Magnetic Field | by Ashish Arora (GA)

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16. Physics | Terrestrial Magnetism | Direction of Earth’s Magnetic Field | by Ashish Arora (GA)

let us study some facts about direction of earths magnetic field. as we already seen this picture, that. earths magnetic field is due to. the rotation of, iron alloy particles inside the core of earth. due to which magnetic field originate from the southern hemisphere of earth and it terminates on the northern hemisphere. and […]

Magnetism: Magnetic fields & Magnets – Physics | Lecturio

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Magnetism: Magnetic fields & Magnets  – Physics | Lecturio

We now discuss the basics of electricity as well as the circuits on how electricity flows in circuits. So we’re ready to move to magnetism. Again as an overview we’ve already discussed our basic mechanics. As well as the laws governing fluids and gases. So now we’re finishing up our section on electricity, circuits, and […]