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Magnetic field from electric currents

Magnetic field from electric currents


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Do you have problems understanding the learning unit Magnetic Field from Electric Currents? Then you may be missing the following basics:

Charge carriers in the magnetic field45 min.

PhysicsElectricityMagnetic field

This learning unit deals with the Lorentz force and the Hall effect.



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