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Electricity and Magnetism

Electrical equipment is vital not only to the commuters traveling to and from the office but also to the fighter pilots who soar through the sky in swift and maneuverable airplanes. Other electrical devices hav… (See Below for Full Description)
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Electrical equipment is vital not only to the commuters traveling to and from the office but also to the fighter pilots who soar through the sky in swift and maneuverable airplanes. Other electrical devices have long been used to store and play music, upgrading in quality from early tin or wax cylinders to modern compact discs. Computers are omnipresent, transforming how people communicate and conduct business, and the future holds even more promise of change.

Readers will be drawn to Electricity and Magnetism, which examines electricity, magnetism, and the relationship between the two that makes electromagnetism such an important and pervasive component of our world. The chapters of this volume introduce the fundamental principles of this branch of physics and explore their widespread applications, from powering modern civilization's technology to being the driving force behind much of the human body. This book is a great resource for students interested in this captivating aspect of science.

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ISBN-13 978-0-8160-6112-9
ISBN-10 816061122
eBook ISBN 978-1-4381-0927-5
Bundle Options Individual
Language English
Publisher Infobase Learning
From the Series Physics in Our World
Author Kyle Kirkland, Ph.D.
Publication Date 4/1/2007
Book's Binding Hardcover
Imprint Facts On File
Specifications Black-and-white photographs and line illustrations. Index. Appendixes. Glossary. Further reading. Web sites.
Available Formats Print & eBook

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