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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
Electromagnetism is the combined study of [[electricity]] and [[magnetism]], and the most important addition to classical physics after [[ Isaac Newton]]'s work. The concept of electromagnetism has wide applications in everyday devices such as computers, televisions, linear particle accelerators, and more.
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Electromagnetism is the combined study of [[electricity]] and [[magnetism]], and the most important addition to classical physics after [[ Isaac Newton]]'s work. The concept of electromagnetism has wide applications in everyday devices such as computers, televisions, linear particle accelerators, and more. Electromagnetism operates on the fact that when electricity is run through a conducter, it produces a magnetic field
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:01, 29 July 2019

Overview

Electromagnetism is the combined study of electricity and magnetism, and the most important addition to classical physics after Isaac Newton's work. The concept of electromagnetism has wide applications in everyday devices such as computers, televisions, linear particle accelerators, and more. Electromagnetism operates on the fact that when electricity is run through a conducter, it produces a magnetic field

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