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Matriculation Physics ( Magnetic Field )

# Matriculation Physics ( Magnetic Field )

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PHYSICSCHAPTER 6
CHAPTER 6:CHAPTER 6:Magnetic fieldMagnetic field(7 Hours)(7 Hours)

PHYSICSCHAPTER 6
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At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
DefineDefinemagnetic field.magnetic field.
IdentifyIdentifymagnetic field sources.magnetic field sources.
SketchSketchthe magnetic field lines.the magnetic field lines.
Learning Outcome:
6.1Magnetic field (
1
hour)
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PHYSICSCHAPTER 6
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is defined as
a region around a magnet where a magnetica region around a magnet where a magneticforce can be experiencedforce can be experienced
.
A
stationary electric chargestationary electric charge
is
surrounded by an electricsurrounded by an electricfield onlyfield only
.
When an
electric charge moveselectric charge moves
, it is
surrounded by ansurrounded by anelectric field and a magnetic fieldelectric field and a magnetic field
. The
motion of the electricmotion of the electriccharge produces the magnetic fieldcharge produces the magnetic field
.
Magnetic field has two poles, called
north (N)north (N)
and
south (S)south (S)
.This magnetic poles are always
found in pairsfound in pairs
whereas asingle magnetic pole has never been found.
Like poles (N-N or S-S) repelLike poles (N-N or S-S) repel
each other.
Opposite poles (N-S) attractOpposite poles (N-S) attract
each other.
6.1 Magnetic field