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  1. stronger magnet
  2. First Right-Hand Rule
  3. attracted/repelled
  4. stronger
  5. phi
  6. Β
  7. temporary magnet
  8. magnetic field direction
  9. polarized
  10. Second Right-Hand Rule
  11. Magnetized domains
  12. forces
  13. A
  14. magnetized
  15. circular path
  16. tiny electromagnet
  17. strong magnetic field
  18. Magnetic Fields
  19. talking & walking
  20. walking & talking
  21. 50μT
  22. domains
  23. current flow
  24. distance
  25. repel
  26. F on the wire
  27. Thumb
  28. Hans Christian Oersted
  29. aluminum, nickel, and cobalt (called ALNICO)
  30. l
  31. Magnetic Flux
  32. Galvanometers
  33. Permanent magnets
  34. repulsion
  35. Lodestone
  36. magnetic domains
  37. q
  38. I
  39. Circle with a dot
  40. v
  41. perpendicular
  42. The curl of your fingers
  43. attract
  44. North (N) to South (S)
  45. Solenoids
  46. Circle with an X
  47. β
  48. Third Right Hand Rule
  49. south magnetic pole
  50. Monopoles
  51. Unmagnetized
  52. electromagnet
  53. solenoid
  54. stronger magnetic field
  55. magnetic field
  1. a Helps define the strength of a magnetic field - number of field lines in a particular area around a magnetic
  2. b magnets are _____ they have two opposite ends, North and South
  3. c A metal rod placed inside the coil will become
  4. d velocity of the charge (m/s)
  5. e Magnetic fields create
  6. f The magnet created by this flow is called an
  7. g north
  8. h Like poles
  9. i charge (C)
  10. j a coil of wire with an electric current in it
  11. k Coil of wire with many loops
  12. l Force into the page
  13. m ____ points in direction of current flow (first hand rule)
  14. n _____ indicates magnetic field direction(first hand rule)
  15. o gun positioning
  16. p Like electric charge, magnetic forces can work at a
  17. q field lines drawn from
  18. r Opposite current direction causes
  19. s Thumb (Third Right Hand Rule)
  20. t are created from other magnets - its atomic structure makes it "hold" its magnetism
  21. u length of wire (m)
  22. v Middle finger/palm (Third Right Hand Rule)
  23. w a region composed of a group of atoms whose magnetic fields are aligned in the same direction
  24. x The geographic north pole of Earth is actually a
  25. y thumb does the ____ and fingers do the____ (first hand rule)
  26. z Index finger (Third Right Hand Rule)
  27. aa _____ don't exist
  28. ab south
  29. ac Wires can then be
  30. ad thumb does the ____ and fingers do the ____ (Second Right-Hand Rule)
  31. ae a region where a magnetic force can be detected
  32. af A charge moving through a magnetic field follows a
  33. ag Forces on Currents in a Magnetic Field are all ____ to each other
  34. ah Electrons are grouped together in
  35. ai Force out of the page
  36. aj magnetic strength of the earth
  37. ak Increasing loops =
  38. al Many permanent magnets are made of a combination of
  39. am 1820, _______ discovered that current in a wire moves a compass needle
  40. an area of material generating magnetic field
  41. ao First discovered magnet by ancient Greeks
  42. ap Uses the force from the magnetic field produced by current in wire to move a needle for reading I or V
  43. aq Magnets can polarize non-magnetic materials - making a
  44. ar Drawn from N to S
  45. as thumb shows____ (Second Right-Hand Rule)
  46. at are electrons spinning in the same direction
  47. au Center of soleniod makes a _____, like that of a temporary magnet
  48. av magnetic field (T, tesla)
  49. aw fingers show _____(Second Right-Hand Rule)
  50. ax Determines the direction of a magnetic field created by a solenoid
  51. ay represents magnetic flux
  52. az Unlike poles
  53. ba Each electron in a magnet acts like a
  54. bb Used to determine the direction of a magnetic field
  55. bc Higher current =
  56. bd A magnetic with a greater flux value is ______ than one with a lower flux value
  57. be _____ domains are randomly arranged