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Principles and Applications of Electricity

  • C. E. Comber
  • G. W. Holmes
  • J. K. Millington
  • R. Payne
  • J. B. Pratley
Part of the Macmillan Engineering Craft Studies book series

Abstract

A magnet is an object capable of attracting or repelling certain materials. Magnets have two poles. When a bar magnet is freely suspended horizontally, the pole which points northward is called the north pole.

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North Pole Circuit Breaker Power Rating Flux Line Mercury Cell 
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© C E Comber G W Holmes J K Millington R Payne J B Pratley 1970

Authors and Affiliations

  • C. E. Comber
  • G. W. Holmes
  • J. K. Millington
  • R. Payne
  • J. B. Pratley

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