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Extraordinary Electromagnetism

Media: DVD
DUR: 25 mins
Product Code: ELECTRO
Price: £49.00

Nearly two hundred years after Faraday wowed his audiences by demonstrating electromagnetic induction, this DVD takes a variety of exciting and contemporary examples through which to explain the principles behind the phenomenon that has made it possible to produce and distribute electrical energy on a large scale.  The DVD covers: Electric and magnetic fields, electromagnets, the motor effect and EM induction, particularly concentrating on transformers and tesla coils. 


Suggested exam board specification links

AQA

GCSE Physics Unit P1.4 Methods we use to generate electricity
Unit P3.3 Keeping Things Moving

OCR

GCSE 21st Century Science Physics Module 5 Electric Circuits
GCSE Gateway Science Module P6 Electricity for Gadgets

Cambridge

IGCSE Physics 4 Electricity and Magnetism

Edexcel

International GCSE in Physics Section 6 Magnetism and Electromagnetism
GCSE Physics Unit P1 Topic 5 Generation and Transmission of Electricity

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