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Asked in Magnetism
What is the magnetic field due to the wire at the location of the electron?
The term "magnetic field" refers to the strength of magnetism surrounding electrical currents or magnetic matter. Electrons play a large part in the process of magnetism, as moving electrons will generate a magnetic field. ...
Asked in Astronomy, Earth Sciences, The Solar System
What role does the sun's magnetic field play in solar activity?
The sun's magnetic field is what causes the phenomenon known as sunspots. Magnetic fields also affect the earth's weather. Sunspots are a cyclical occurrence that cause solar flares, magnetic activity that affects the earth. ...
Asked in Astronomy, Physics, The Moon
Does the earth's and Moon's magnetic field play a part in earthquakes?
We can't be certain, but it seems very unlikely that there is any magnetic component to earthquakes. ...
Asked in Physics
What role does electric current play in a magnetic levitating train?
same principle as induction motor,rotor chases the rotating magnetic field. ...
Asked in Cosmology
What role does Earth magnetic field play in cosmic ray bombardment?
The magnetic field of Earth is the reason why humans are still around today. It plays the role of attracting the cosmic rays, such as a solar flare for example, and deflects off the surface of the atmosphere. Hence why we have such thing as the aurora borealis or 'Northern Lights'. It shows that activity that the magnetic field is having with the cosmic ray. If we did not have our magnetic field, Earth would have been scorched by a solar...
Asked in Physics
What is earth being magnetised to to cause all this world devestation?
The Earth's magnetic field does not cause devastation. Disasters are caused by geologic forces, atmospheric forces, human acitivity and interactions between these. The magnetic field does not play a role. The magnetic field of Earth is the result of convection in the outer core of the planet, which is composed of molten iron and nickel, coupled with the Earth's rotation. ...
What role does voltage play in the use of an electromagnet?
Electro Motive Force (voltage) is proportionally relative to Magnetic Flux (field density) ...
Asked in Phoenix
What year did Dan Majerle play for the Phoenix What year did dan Maje rle play for the phoenix suns?
in 1988 Dan Majerle played for the phoenix suns
Asked in NBA Finals
Who did the Phoenix Suns play in the 1976 NBA Finals?
1976 Phoenix Suns 2-4 Boston Celtics
Asked in Athletes
How many games did Rajon Rondo play for the Phoenix Suns?
Rajon Rondo did not play any games for the Phoenix Suns. He was traded on draft day to the Boston Celtics ...
Asked in Phoenix Suns, Basketball History, Athletes
Did Steve Nash play on the same team as Charles Barkley?
no Barkley was traded from the suns the season before Nash was a rookie for the suns ...
Asked in Magnetism
What is magnetism?
Basically, magnetism is the force that causes a nail or paper clip to be pulled toward a magnet. Play around with a magnet and you'll quickly see magnetism in action! Magnetism is the force generated by any moving charged particle or charged particles. A magnetic field is the result of the motion of a charged particle or charged particles, and this field is generated in no other way. Any time a charged particle moves, it creates a magnetic field around its path...