Revision Notes For Class 10 Science Chapter 13 - Magnetic Effects of Electric Current

Magnetism and electricity can be considered as a two side of the same coin. The two are closely related and this relation was discovered by the Danish physicist Hans Christian Ørsted. Michael Faraday built upon Hans’ discovery and eventually led to significant contributions in the field of electromagnetism, such as diamagnetism and electromagnetic induction.

Today, the concept of electromagnetism finds applications in many fields, but the most notable is in the field of medicine – The MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging). Discover more about Magnetic Effects of Electric Current by exploring Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13, right here on BYJU’s.

Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current
Class 10 Revision Notes Science Chapter 13 Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current

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