Conceptual Physics Alive: Magnetism and E&M Induction

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Arbor Scientific

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Master teacher Paul Hewitt teaches concepts on Magnetism and E&M Induction. Hewitt examines electromagnets, motors, generators, and magnetic levitation in numerous demonstrations and examples.

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Conceptual Physics Alive: Magnetism and E&M Induction includes a digital video and questions set with answers.

Observe Paul Hewitt teach in a classroom with real students, using engaging demonstrations and artwork. In this video, electromagnets, motors, generators, and magnetic levitation are examined, using numerous examples and demonstrations. Segment length: 41 minutes

Magnetism and E&M Induction Includes:

  • Hewitt begins by picking up paper clips with a magnet.
  • The magnetic is compass shown.
  • Demonstration of Orsted's discovery.
  • Exploratorium view of the circular shape of the magnetic field about a current-carrying wire.
  • Magnetic field about bar magnet.
  • Demonstration of electromagnet
  • Residual magnetism
  • Magnetic domains.
  • Demonstration of current-carrying wire jumping in a magnetic field.
  • Electric motor.
  • Electric meter.
  • Electric motor demonstration.
  • Demonstration of electromagnetic induction.
  • Faraday's law.
  • Motor effect and generator effect.
  • Demonstration of motor and generator effect.
  • Generator demonstration.
  • Demonstration of electromagnetic repulsion.
  • Demonstration of electromagnetic levitation.
  • Ted Brattstrom demonstrates compass motion in a current-carrying coil.

Next-Time Question 1: Why did the ring pop up on the electromagnet? (SEE RESOURCES TAB FOR MORE)

Next-Time Question 2: Why is a generator harder to turn when it lights a lamp? (SEE RESOURCES TAB FOR MORE)

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