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Electric currents

Electric currents Electric currents are physical phenomena generated by the movement of the ion or electron. Direct electric current is the same as direct current, since, […]
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Magnetostatics

Magnetostatics Magnetostatics arises from the union of magneto + static. We first see it at the end of the 19th century by Arthur Gordon. Magnetostatics is […]
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Atomic models

Atomic models An atomic model is an atom, the smallest unit that makes up a chemical element. Depending on whether it has a positive, negative, or […]
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What is spectroscopy?

What is spectroscopy? Spectroscopy was discovered in 1666 by Isaac Newton who used the word spectrum to refer to all the colors that form part of […]
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Gauss's law

Gauss's law Gauss's law or also known as Gauss's theorem was discovered by Karl Friederich Gauss, a mathematician who formulated in 1835 the relationship found between […]
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Electromagnetic induction

Electromagnetic induction Electromagnetic induction was discovered by Michael Faraday in 1831 by demonstrating the ability to generate an induced electric current from a magnetic field. This […]
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Joule's Law

Joule's Law Joule's law was a phenomenon discovered by the British James Prescott Joule, in 1840 he published his study known as "heat production by voltaic […]
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What are atoms?

What are atoms? Atoms were discovered by John Dalton, an English chemist, who under his theory proved that matter was made up of invisible particles. Atoms […]
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What is the coercivity of a magnet?

What is the coercivity of a magnet? The coercive magnetic field strength (Hc) denotes the magnetic field strength required to completely demagnetize a charged magnet. What […]
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