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Summary Lecture 9 Magnetism Magnets exert forces on certain materials (e.g. iron ) Magnetic north and south pole opposite poles attract equal poles repe equal poles repel Field force Magnetic field Fieldlines go from N to S No isolated magnetic poles
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Magnetic Fields are generated by moving charges (current, electrons around atom, spin) Regular atoms: random orientation magnetic effects compensate Ferromagnets (Iron Nickel Cobalt Ferromagnets (Iron, Nickel, Cobalt)
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Unformatted text preview: not fully compensated Force on a moving charge in a magnetic field Velocity Angle between v and B F = qvB sin F = 0 if not moving (v = 0) or if moving in the direction of the magnetic field ( = 0) F = F max if moving perpendicula if moving perpendicular to the magnetic field ( = 90 o ) Right-Hand Rule Force B Current...
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