24 Magnetic Fields

This page covers the magnetic fields section of the course.  It is worth realising that the iGCSE does not cover all the ideas that AQA 1-9 GCSE covers for this part of the course. Hence, it is worth going over things like FBI from formulae perspective unless you teacher did some extra ideas.

 

Resources

24 Magnetic Fields

24 Mag Fields Student Booklets

24.1 CPAC Style Long Answer Question

24.2 Student Worksheet Perin Tubes and More

24.3 Charge particles in Circular Orbits

24.3 Mass Spectrometer Questions

24.3 Cyclotron Exam Question

 

Title

What to do

Type

Magnetic Field of a Straight Current-Carrying Wire

Change direction of current, see field lines, compass

Sim

Charged particle in an magnetic field

Change field, charge, velocity, mass, see path of charge

Lab

A charged particle moving in three dimensions

See spiral path of particle in magentic field, change, rotate view

Sim

A cyclotron

Cyclotron, change electric/magnetic field, see path

Sim

Charge Moving Through Magnetic Field Lab

Change charge, field, speed,  see path of particle

Lab

Mass spectrometer

Build up to mass spectrometer with velocity selector, accelerator, mass selector

Sim

The force on a charged particle in a magnetic field

Change q, v, B, see paths of particles

Sim

DC motor

Change field, p.d., number of loops, see forces, current

Sim

Direct current electrical motor

Change direction, see current, force, field for LHR

Sim

Lorentz force

Change current direction, field, see force on a wire

Sim

Electric motor

See motor spin with force and field

Sim

Electric motor quiz

Label an electric motor

Game

Circuit construction kit – PhET

Build circuits with capacitors and inductors

Sim

Amazing... Magic.... Induced Magnetism

This a little video about induced magnetism and how it works. The domains line up and the field is passed through the iron domains so they line up.

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