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Electromagnetism

This site gives an overview of the physics of electromagnetism through a series of links to relevant articles.

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Magnetism and Electromagnetism

A good revision guide to magnetism and electromagnetism aimed at UK GCSE level. Simply explained and well presented with animated diagrams.

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Gallery of Electromagnetic Personalities

Brief biographies of 41 scientists connected with the study of electromagnetism. This site also contains links to a brief history of Optics and Electronics

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Why Was Michelson Surprised?

Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism, first published in 1865, suggests that light propagates as a wave with a fixed characteristic speed.

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Magnetism and Electromagnetism

Good revision summary for UK A Level standard. Covers topics such as magnetic fields, Fleming's left hand rule, Hall Effect etc.

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Electromagnetism

This is a site from the Thinkquest competition with good explanations on the magnetic effect of a current, the motor effect and magnetic field strength.

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Maxwell Equations

The Maxwell equations are the set of four fundamental equations governing electromagnetism (i.e. the behaviour of electric and magnetic fields).

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Joseph Henry

Joseph Henry (1797-1878) chief scientific contributions were in the field of electromagnetism, where he discovered the phenomenon of self-inductance. The unit of inductance, called "the henry,'' ...

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