UNIT 6: ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

Electricity is a form of energy represented by the movement of electric charge from one position to another.  An electric charge can exert a force on other charged lightning websiteobjects without even touching them, similar to the way a magnet can attract or repel other objects without touching them.  In this unit you will learn many interesting facts about electricity and magnetism.  (Prentice Hall Conceptual Physics-Paul Hewitt)

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Chapter 33 Student Notes (Electric Fields)
Chapter 34 Student Notes (Electric Current)
Chapter 35 Student Notes (Electric Circuits)
Chapter 36 Student Notes (Magnetism)
Chapter 37 Student Notes (Electromagnetic Induction)
Chapter 33 PowerPoint Lecture (Electric Fields)
Chapter 34 PowerPoint Lecture (Electric Current)
Chapter 35 PowerPoint Lecture (Electric Circuits)
Chapter 36 PowerPoint Lecture (Magnetism)
Chapter 37 PowerPoint Lecture (Electromagnetic Induction)

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