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Introduction to magnetism, covering the magnetosphere, magnetic field lines and electromagnetic waves.
A good revision guide to magnetism and electromagnetism aimed at UK GCSE level. Simply explained and well presented with animated diagrams.
Almost every aspect of magnetism dealt with comprehensively with illustrations, many links and a great number of straightforward magnetism experiments.
An explanation of magnetism from howstuffworks.com: How you make magnets, why they stick and some common myths about magnetism.
Hans Christian Oersted performed an experiment to show that electricity and magnetism are linked and is the basis for understanding electromagnets.
A site linking to many other sites, each dealing with an aspect of Electricity and Magnetism
Animated tutorial on basic electricity and magnetism including static charge, moving charge, voltage, resistance, and current. Requires flash.
A catalogue of electricity and magnetism animations.
Introduction to magnetic fields and forces.
Instructions on how to make high magnetic fields without the need for large currents
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