Electromagnetic Induction

by: Matthew Bobrowsky, Mikko Korhonen, and Jukka Kohtamaki

Electromagnetic induction is the basis for producing energy in our society. This phenomenon is used in wind generators, hydroelectric generators, and nuclear power plants, as well as in metal detectors, induction brakes, and transformers. In this chapter, you will investigate toys that use a magnetic field to create an electric current. This is called electromagnetic induction. Teacher background information, assessment, safety notes, and references are provided. This book selection also includes the Table of Contents, About the Authors, An Introduction to Phenomenon-based Learning, Appendix, Credits, and Index.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 9/1/2014Pages 32Stock # PB345X1_10

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