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Ch 15: Current & Magnetism

About This Chapter

Use the lessons in this chapter to be sure you fully understand the relationship between magnetism and current. Review the theoretical background of magnetism and current with video lessons while performing practical exercises using the short quizzes included with each lesson.

Current & Magnetism - Chapter Summary

Each of the lessons in this chapter will cover an important topic related to magnetism, current and the scientific laws governing their interactions. You will explore electromagnetic forces and the effects they have on charged particles as well as how they are measured.

Also covered are key formulas and calculations you will need to perform to explain how current and magnetism function. When you have finished all of these lessons, you will better understand:

  • Ampere's law, including its applications and formulas
  • The Bio-Savart Law
  • Moving coil galvanometers
  • Magnetic movement of a current through an electrical coil
  • Torque and loop in magnetism
  • The relationship between the Lorentz force law and magnetic fields

All of these lessons are presented in easy-to-follow video lessons, created by trained instructors. You can review specific points in any lesson using the video tag function of your personal Timeline. Once you have completed the lessons you will find interactive quizzes and printable worksheets to help you gauge your understanding of the topics.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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