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Magnetic field. 1. PPT presentation On Magnetic field, field lines And using hand board. Submitted by Submitted to Samar kansal Mr. Tajinder. Electric field of 2 like charges. Magnetic Field. Magnetic field of a Bar Magnet: 2 poles, called North and South. Dipole field. Field has direction: lines point away. Magnets and Magnetic Fields. Physics. Chapter 21 Section 1. Pages I. Magnets. A. Magnets have two poles (ends). 1. North pole. 2. South pole. Magnetic Fields. Magnetism. Magnets can exert forces on each other. The magnetic forces between north and south poles have the property that like poles repel. The Magnetic Field. Chapter Sources of the Magnetic Field. Chapter PA/Unit 3. Importance of Magnetic Fields. Practical Uses. Electric motors, Loud.

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