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Magnetic Effects of Moving Charges and Current (JEE MAIN & ADVANCED + NEET/AIIMS)

by Ritesh Agarwal

249 Users Enrolled
JEE Mains , Physics
Board: CBSE & State Boards , Language: Hinglish

Mode- Online
Contains- 10 Videos
Access Duration- Till 30 Apr 2020

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

This Course will cover all topics and concepts of Magnetic Effects of Current according to competitive exams like JEE-MAIN, NEET, AIIMS, JEE-ADVANCED etc. 

Course Description

Both Electricity and Magnetism have been known for more than 2000 years. However, it was only about 200 years ago, in 1820, that it was realized that they were intimately related. During a lecture demonstration in the summer of 1820, the Danish physicist Hans Christian Oersted noticed that a current in a straight wire caused a noticeable deflection in a nearby magnetic compass needle. He investigated this phenomenon. He found that the alignment of the needle is tangential to an imaginary circle which has the straight wire as its center and has its plane perpendicular to the wire. It is noticeable when the current is large and the needle sufficiently close to the wire so that the earth’s magnetic field may be ignored. Reversing the direction of the current reverses the orientation of the needle. The deflection increases on increasing the current or bringing the needle closer to the wire. Iron filings sprinkled around the wire arrange themselves in concentric circles with the wire as the center. Oersted concluded that moving charges or currents produce a magnetic field in the surrounding space.

In this chapter, we will see how magnetic field exerts forces on moving charged particles, like electrons, protons, and current-carrying wires. We shall also learn how currents produce magnetic fields.

Curriculum

Magnetic Effects of Current

  • Lecture 01
  • Lecture 02
  • Lecture 03
  • Lecture 04
  • Lecture 05
  • Lecture 06
  • Lecture 07
  • Lecture 08
  • Lecture 09
  • Lecture 10

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About Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal sir is renowned for his teaching knack in Physics for IIT and Medical preparation. His teaching methodology focuses on strengthening the basic concepts of the subject. He excels in the art of making the students, subject-friendly. Studying Physics from him appears to be the easiest subject for students. He is a ‘concept-builder’ in true sense.

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Magnetic Effects of Moving Charges and Current (JEE MAIN & ADVANCED + NEET/AIIMS)

999 799

Includes 18 % GST

Mode- Online

Contains- 10 Videos

Access Duration- Till 30 Apr 2020