A magnet created when electric current flows through a coil of wire is called an electromagnet.
An electric current can be created by moving a magnet through a metal coil.
by running electric current all through a wire a magnetic field is created
The strength of a magnet(electromagnet) made by flowing electric current through a conducting coil depends on magnitude of current. . .
A magnet that becomes energised when an electric current is passed through it.
the electric current is generated by the electric field. thus by the left hand rule when current is passed through a conductor a magnetic field is generated around it so that it is a similar act of a magnet. thus it seems to be a magnet.
Electric current is magnetic so when electric current pass through steel , steel will have the electric power and may be magnetic for awhile
An electromagnet is a magnet while an electric current is running through the coil. Turn off the current and it is no longer magnetised, and is, therefore, not a permanent magnet.
An electro magnet is created when a current is passed through a coil of wire. This effect is the main operation of how an electrical solenoid operates.