How is an electromagnet made? Name two factors on which the strength of the magnetic depends. field of an electromagnet depends

Wyatt Weeks 2022-10-25 Answered
How is an electromagnet made? Name two factors on which the strength of the magnetic depends. field of an electromagnet depends
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Hamnetmj
Answered 2022-10-26 Author has 21 answers
Electromagnet is a type of magnet in which magnetic field is produced by electric current . It works on principal of electromagnetic induction . It losses it's magnetism when current is switched off .
How to made :-
Electromagnets are made when a large number of coils are wrapped around a piece of iron core .
Strength of magnetic field of electromagnet depends on
-number of turns .
-Magnitude of current .
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