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Electromagnets are very useful tools. They have the ability to gain a magnetic field with the introduction of current and to lose it once the current ceases. We ...
For this project we will need: One large nail Around 5 feet of 16 gauge wire. One D cell battery Some electrical tape (optional) All of this can ...
Start wrapping your wire tightly around your nail. If you need to compress the coils, just pust the wire against the head of the nail. Keep in mind ...
Now we will get power into this. Strip both ends of the wire and connect them to your battery. I used electrical tape to hold down my battery, ...
So now we have our magnet finished. Lets take it and test it out!**WARNING**This will get very hot if you leave the battery connected for to long. Please ...
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