Electromagnetism meaning

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An interaction between electricity and magnetism, as when an electric current or a changing electric field generates a magnetic field, or when a changing magnetic field generates an electric field.
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The branch of physics that deals with electricity and magnetism.
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Magnetism produced by an electric current.
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The physics of electricity and magnetism.
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Any of the wide range of phenomena associated with the behavior and interaction of electric charges and electric and magnetic fields, such as electricity, magnetism, chemical bonds, and all forms of electromagnetic radiation, including light.
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Electromagnetism is defined as an attraction between particles which is defined as created by electricity.

An example of electromagnetism is the force which is the basic operation of an electric motor.

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Magnetism produced by an electric current, and electric current produced by a changing magnetic field.
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The branch of physics that deals with the interaction of electric and magnetic fields.
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A unified fundamental force that combines the aspects of electricity and magnetism and is one of the four fundamental forces. (technically it can be unified with weak nuclear to form electroweak) Its gauge boson is the photon.
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Electricity and magnetism, collectively, as a field of study.
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Origin of electromagnetism