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Electromagnetic fishing rod

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Date20.07.2022
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Why not experiment the principle of an electromagnet by building a special fishing rod.

 

When electric current passes through a copper wire coil, magnetization is produced. It is this same principle that is used in electric motors which, by attracting magnets withh electricity, makes it possible to create movement.

 

This project was developped for the magazine 'Campus Junior' of the University of Geneva.


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A. Locates the middle of the electrical wire and wraps it around the screw.
B. With adhesive, tape the wire to the screw so that it can hang 'upside down'.
C. Tape the two threads on the end of the wooden rod, leaving about 30 cm of wire hanging.
Tape the battery at the end of the stick.   Strips both ends of the electric wire with scissor ...
F. Print, glue on cardboard and cut fishes and diverse objects (models to be download in the Blu ...
In each paper object, make a small slit of about 5 mm and pass a brad pin through.   Fold one ...
The model is ready to be tested!

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