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- 1. A magnet is a materialor object that produces amagnetic field with aNorth and South Pole.Magnetism: an invisibleforce that pushes or pullsmagnetic material.
- 2. HISTORYOFMAGNETS
- 3. Regions of atoms that have the same magnetic polarity (N/S Alignment). Mini-magnets. Unmagnetized Iron Magnetic domains point in different directions. Magnetic fields cancel each other out. Magnetized Iron Magnetic domains are lined up in the same direction Magnetic fields amplify each other.
- 4. The direction of the magnetic force is from NORTH to SOUTH
- 5. TWO UNLIKE POLES GIVE A TWO LIKE POLES FORCE OF ATTRACTION TOGETHER WILL HAVE A FORCE OF REPULSIONCan you explain what the lines of force show?Where is the strongest part of the field?Where is the weakest part of the field?
- 6. Small particles of iron filings are pushed into patterns bya magnetic field. If we sprinkle iron filings on a piece ofpaper over a magnet we can see...The lines of force are veryclose together here – the fieldis very strong.The lines of force are furtherapart here – the field is weaker.A line of force links one pole of a magnet to the other pole.
- 7. FOR EACH PICTURE IDENTIFY THE FORCEILLUSTRATED……………A) B)
- 8. MAGNETIC COMPASSCONTAINS A MAGNETTHAT INTERACTS WITHTHE EARTHS MAGNETICFIELD AND ALIGNS ITSELFTO POINT TO THEMAGNETIC NORTH ANDSOUTH POLES.
- 9. North magnetic pole located atsouth geographic pole South magnetic pole located atnorth geographic pole.
- 10. Magnetic declination •is the angle between magnetic north and geographic true north. •Angle varies by location •Ranges from 0⁰ to 25 ⁰
- 11. Electromagnet coil of wire that acts as a magnet when an Electric current is passed through it. stops being a magnet when the current stops. Often, the coil is wrapped around a core of ferromagnetic material like steel, this enhances the coils magnetic field.
- 12. an object made from amaterial that is magnetized &creates its own persistent magnetic field. Example refrigerator magnet
- 13. Levitating trains (MagLev) Treatdepression & chronic headaches Electric motors Stereo Speakers Credit Cards
- 14. •Produced by electric currents•Defined as a Region where magnetic forces can be detected.•Has a North & South magnetic pole•The SI unit for a large magnetic field is the Tesla•The SI unit for a smaller magnetic field is the Gauss•(1 Tesla = 10,000 Gauss).
- 15. The strength of a magnetic field (B) isrelated to the amount of magnetic force (F)that is applied to a moving test charge whenit is at a given location in the field. B = F magnetic qvq = test charge magnitudev = speed of the charge
- 16. A proton moving east experiences an upward force of 8.8 x10-19 N due to the Earth’s magnetic field. The field has astrength of 5.5 x 10-5 Teslas (T) to the north.Find the speed of the proton.q = 1.60 x 10-19 C B = FmagneticB = 5.5 x 10-5 T qvFmagnetic = 8.8 x 10 10-19 N v = Fmagnetic qB Fmagnetic = qvb SinѲ
- 17. Solutionv = 8.8 x 10-19 N (1.60 x 10-19 C) (5.5 x 10-5 T) 1.0 x 10 5 m/s
- 18. The direction of the magnetic force is perpendicular to the plane of the magnetic field and to thedirection of the charge. USE THE RIGHT HAND RULE!!!
- 19. Current carrying wires that are placedin a magnetic field also experience amagnetic force. I – CURRENT F- FORCE WIRE
- 20. The magnitude of the magnetic force canbe written in terms of the current (I)flowing through the length of the wire (L).Magnetic Force in a Current Carrying wire F = BIL
- 21. A 10.0 m long power line carries a current of 20.0 Aperpendicular to the Earth’s magnetic field of5.5 x 10 10-5 T.What is the magnetic force experienced by the powerline?I = 20.0 AB = 5.5 x 10 10-5 TL = 10.0 m F = BIL F = (5.5 x 10 10-5 T)(20.0 A)(10.0 m) = 0.011 N
- 22. Charges that are in motion (an electrical current)produce magnetic fields. Magnetic field moves around a wire with a current in a circular fashion. Which direction???
- 23. Right Hand Rule1. Thumb goes in thedirection of the current.2. Fingers wrap around wirein the direction of themagnetic field.
- 24. Arranging wire in a coil and running a currentthrough produces a magnetic field that is similar to a bar magnet.
- 25. • A coil woundinto a tightlypacked helix.•Produces auniformmagnetic fieldwhen a chargeis applied to it.
- 26. 1. A particle with a positive charge of q moves with a speed v and passes through a magnetic field B parallel with the speed v. What is the magnitude of the magnetic force on the particle? a) F = qvB b) F = -qvB c) F = 0 d) F = qvB/2 e) F = -qvB/2 2. In the figure below, a magnetic field of .01 T is applied locally to a wire carrying a current of intensity I = 10A. What is the magnitude of the magnetic force applied to the wire? a) F = .3N b) F = .4N c) F = .5N d) F = 1N e) F = 3N
- 27. A wire 36 m long carries a current of 22A from east to west. If the maximum magnetic force on the wire at this point is downward(toward Earth) and has a magnitude of 4.0 X 10-2 N, find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at this location. Given: l = 36 m I = 22A Fmagnetic = 4.0 X 10 -2 N Unknown: B = ??? Fmagnetic = B ∙ I ∙ l then B = Fmagnetic Il B=
- 28. 1. A particle with a positive charge of q moves with a speed v and passes through a magnetic field B parallel with the speed v. What is the magnitude of the magnetic force on the particle? a) F = qvB b) F = -qvB c) F = 0 d) F = qvB/2 e) F = -qvB/2 Solution: c) The force F, on the charge q moving with a velocity v in a magnetic field b is F = q(v x B). The magnitude of F is F = q·v·B·sinθ where θ is the angle between v and B. In our case the v and B vectors are parallel, so sinθ = 0. In conclusion F = 0.2. In the figure below, a magnetic field of .01 T is applied locally to a wire carrying a current of intensity I = 10A. What is the magnitude of the magnetic force applied to the wire? a) F = .3N b) F = .4N c) F = .5N d) F = 1N e) F = 3N Solution: b) The magnitude of a magnetic force applied to a current-carrying wire situated in a magnetic field is F = I·B·l·sinθ where: · l is the length of the wire, · B is the magnetic field strength · I is the current in the wire, · θ is the angle between the wire and the magnetic field. In our case sinθ = 4/l so l·sinθ = 4m. F = 10A·.01T·4m = .4N
- 29. A wire 36 m long carries a current of 22A from east to west. If the maximum magnetic force on the wire at this point is downward(toward Earth) and has a magnitude of 4.0 X 10-2 N, find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at this location. Given: l = 36 m I = 22A Fmagnetic = 4.0 X 10 -2 N Unknown: B = ??? Fmagnetic = B ∙ I ∙ l then B = Fmagnetic Il B = 4.0 X 10-2 N = 5.0 X 10-5 T (22A)(36m)

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