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supported by the National Science Foundation
consultant: Eric Palm
written by Kristen Coyne
This resource is an introductory tutorial on magnets, appropriate for users with little or no background in physics. A variety of magnetic objects are discussed, including permanent and temporary magnets, electromagnets, pulsed magnets, and superconducting magnets. Users will be introduced to naturally-occurring magnets and temporary magnets that are switched on with electrical current. The tutorial also explores the 45 Tesla Hybrid Magnet, which produces the most powerful sustained field in the world.

This resource is part of the Magnet Academy provided by the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.

Please note that this resource requires Java Applet Plug-in.
Subjects Levels Resource Types
Electricity & Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Induction
- Magnetic Fields and Forces
= Force on Wires
= Forces on Magnets
= Magnetic Fields
- Magnetic Materials
= Magnets
- High School
- Instructional Material
= Activity
= Interactive Simulation
= Tutorial
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Keywords:
EM simulation, Maglev train, Tesla hybrid, electromagnetism simulation, hybrid magnet, interactive tutorial, levitating trains, lodestone, magnetism, magnetism simulation, pulsed field, solenoid, superconductivity, tutorial
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August 13, 2016 by Lyle Barbato
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April 30, 2008
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### AAAS Benchmark Alignments (2008 Version)

#### 4. The Physical Setting

4G. Forces of Nature
• 6-8: 4G/M3. Electric currents and magnets can exert a force on each other.

### AAAS Benchmark Alignments (1993 Version)

#### 4. THE PHYSICAL SETTING

G. Forces of Nature
• 4G (9-12) #5.  Magnetic forces are very closely related to electric forces and can be thought of as different aspects of a single electromagnetic force. Moving electric charges produce magnetic forces and moving magnets produce electric forces. The interplay of electric and magnetic forces is the basis for electric motors, generators, and many other modern technologies, including the production of electromagnetic waves.
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K. Coyne, (2007), WWW Document, (https://nationalmaglab.org/education/magnet-academy/learn-the-basics/stories/magnets-from-mini-to-mighty).
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K. Coyne, Magnet Academy: Magnets from Mini to Mighty, (2007), <https://nationalmaglab.org/education/magnet-academy/learn-the-basics/stories/magnets-from-mini-to-mighty>.
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Coyne, K. (2008, April 30). Magnet Academy: Magnets from Mini to Mighty. Retrieved July 16, 2019, from https://nationalmaglab.org/education/magnet-academy/learn-the-basics/stories/magnets-from-mini-to-mighty
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Coyne, Kristen. Magnet Academy: Magnets from Mini to Mighty. April 30, 2008. https://nationalmaglab.org/education/magnet-academy/learn-the-basics/stories/magnets-from-mini-to-mighty (accessed 16 July 2019).
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Coyne, Kristen. Magnet Academy: Magnets from Mini to Mighty. 2007. 30 Apr. 2008. National Science Foundation. 16 July 2019 <https://nationalmaglab.org/education/magnet-academy/learn-the-basics/stories/magnets-from-mini-to-mighty>.
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