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Charging Ahead: An Itroduction to Electromagnetism (# PB155X)

by Larry E. Schafer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0873551885, Paperback)

Energize your next unit on electricity with hands-on activities to explain the fascinating phenomenon of electromagnetism. Students are introduced to the factors that determine the strength of electrical coils, and they use readily available materials to build a simple motor and a generator. Topics covered include circuit breakers, mag-lev trains, and superconducting generators.

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Charging ahead: an introduction to electromagnetism is a set of hands-on activities designed to help teachers introduce middle and high school students to electromagnetism. This is a companion to NSTA's Taking charge: an introduction to electricity.

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