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Electromagnetism, And How It Works (Scientific American)
Electromagnetism, And How It Works (Scientific American) Stephen M Tomecek 0791090523 9780791090527 From the early discoveries of natural lode-stones to the use of superconducting materials in modern medical devices such as MRIs,
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Electromagnetism, And How It Works (Scientific American) by Stephen M Tomecek

From the early discoveries of natural lode-stones to the use of superconducting materials in modern medical devices such as MRIs, people have been fascinated by magnets and their unique properties. This book examines the technological evolution of electromagnetism from its humble beginnings to a fundamental force that powers our modern world.

Author: Stephen M Tomecek

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Library Binding

Pages: 72

Publisher: Chelsea House Publications

Publication Date: 2007-10-01

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