Electromagnets

Felisha Daniels

Electromagnets and how they work

The electromagnet was invented by a man named William Sturgeon in 1825. This was the beginning of using electrical energy for making useful and controllable machinery and laid the foundations for large-scale electronic communications. An electromagnet is basically a coil of wire wrapped around a cove that electricity is sent through. As the electricity flows though the wire it stirs up it's electrons creating a magnetic field.

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Here's a link to Wikipedia. Clicking on this will provide you tons and tons of info on electromagnets, how they work, and more examples of ones around us every day.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnet