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 How do electromagnets work?

Answer Electromagnets are devices that become magnetic when electric current is applied to them. Electromagnets are used in many different devices or machinery, including electric engines, magnetic hoists... Read More »
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Where do electromagnets work?

Electromagnets, which are devices that convert electricity into magnetic force, make the modern telecommunications, mass transit and power generation industries possible.Electromagnetics and PowerM... Read More »
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How do electromagnets get their name?

Electro- is a prefix that means electrical. For example, electromechanical mean electrical machines and electroplating means plating (layering with a thin metallic film) by electrical means. Elect... Read More »
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What are electromagnets used in?

The electromagnet is important, according to NASA's Kid's Science Network, as it allows magnets to be used in a variety of situations and machines with the ability to turn off the magnet to either ... Read More »
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When are electromagnets used?

An electromagnet is a magnet that has its field generated by electric current. It is no longer magnetic when the current is stopped. Electromagnets allow many common devices to work.SpeakersElectro... Read More »
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