What Is The Relationship Between Magnetism And Electricity?

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Magnetism's ability to serve mankind especially lies in its relationship to electricity. Remember that the minute electrical current within the atom causes magnetism in the first place. In fact, magnetism and electricity are so closely related that each one causes the other.
Electricity flowing through a wire causes that wire to become magnetized. No, the wire will not attract other metals because the magnetic field surrounds the wire in a circular pattern, having no definite poles. But if the wire is coiled like thread on a spool, the magnetic field around each coil amplifies that of its neighbor, resulting in one large magnetic field. The more numerous the loops or coils of wire, the stronger the magnet produced. This magnet can be turned on and off simply by turning on and off the electricity flowing through it. If there is no electrical current, there is no magnetic field. This type of magnet is called an electromagnet.
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Camela Tom answered

Magnetism and electricity are very much related... We all know that there are many magnetic objects that has the power to retain their force of magnetic attraction.... These objects does not have electricity but they can be moved to produce electricity...

The case of electromagnets is different... Electromagnets become magnetic only when they electicity passes through the coils...

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Need difference between magnetism and electricity please
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I really don't kno because that why I l look on this site because I'm trying to find some answers 4 science class so...help me out here please
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THAt they both are types of energy and have anything of heat or something like that
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Practically basing, magnetism and electricity are so co- related because if you'll try to observed there were many technologies or shall I term as an instruments that  uses the concept of magnetism and electricity for an effective productivity....one example of this concept is the "ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD".

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