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How magnets produce electricity
posted September 21 2013 15:07.51 by spic0m




From the educational series made by the Department of Defense in 1954. Maybe old but is well documented and understandable.
How a magnetic field effects a single atom, a group of atoms and a wire in a closed circuit with meter.


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