Magnetic field

IB Physics: Magnetic field

When students think of magnets they often think of the ones that stick to fridges, and they think that the magnetic effect is the effect of magnets sticking to each other or bits of metal but don"t see it in terms of the turning force experienced by a compass needle. The problem is that when two magnets are close to each other one will be attracted to the other rather than just turning, this is because one pole will...

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