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Chapter 25: Electromagnetic Induction
Gallery of Electromagnetic Personalities
Visit this gallery of different people involved in the development of electricity. Choose an inventor and develop a presentation of his contributions.

Brian's Home Page
Visit this page for some excellent animated GIFs that illustrates, among others, Lenz‚s law and a stepper motor. Explain in your own words the physics of Brian's Lenz's law animation.

Automotive 101
This site gives an excellent overview of the electrical system in cars. Why in the description of the magnetic effect of currents do they use a left-hand rule and not a right-hand rule?

This is a substantial database on the health effects of EMFs. Search for articles from different points of view, then write a statement that explains your opinion on this issue.

EMFs in the Workplace
This fact sheet describes electromagnetic frequencies and gives the most common sources of EMF exposure. Links to possible diseases caused by EMF exposure are discussed.


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