You probably have magnets stuck to your refrigerator at home. But there are also magnets in the power plant that provides electricity to your home. What are those magnets up to, and how do they do what they do?
This week, Mayon show’s us how to build an awesome experiment: Funky Ferro Fluid. Music is used to make a magnetic liquid dance!
Brian, Bailey and Taylor experiment with different was of using magnetism to store information and music! Also, the team visits Dr. Kristen Buchanan’s lab at Colorado State University, where she uses lasers to study the basic properties of magnets, and learn more about how they work.
Brian, Taylor and Bailey experiment with a magnet, a coil of wire, and an electric guitar. This is how a pickup works on an electric stringed instrument such as a guitar or bass.
The EveryDay Science team continues to investigate the interactions of magnets and electric charges. In this episode we use electromagnetism to listen to Bon Jovi and see some auroras!
Brian, Bailey and Taylor continue to explore the connections of between electricity and magnetism. In this episode they see how a magnet interacts with moving electrons in a television, and make a simple motor!
Brian, Bailey and Taylor begin to explore some of the connections between electricity and magnetism.
Brian and team take a trip back through time to learn about the first people known to have studied magnetism.