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From which side the electrons move to?

  1. Jun 10, 2007 #1
    Look at this picture. There is moving magnet, it is moving from right to left. SO from which side the electrons will move, S1 or S2. http://img91.imageshack.us/img91/1517/untitledgd9.jpg" [Broken]
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  3. Jun 10, 2007 #2
    ur arrows on the magnet are wrong, magnetic field always rusn from N to S
  4. Jun 10, 2007 #3


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    Ever heard of Lenz's Law?
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  6. Jun 10, 2007 #5
    scientist what is your native language?
  7. Jun 10, 2007 #6
    Macedonian. Please answer on my question. Do not give me laws, without explanation. I need explanation, why the electrons move from S1 to + or from S2 to + pole???
  8. Jun 10, 2007 #7

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    What kind of an "explanation" are you looking for that does not refer to physical laws? You must start somewhere.
  9. Jun 10, 2007 #8


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    Dude, the laws are the explanations. Just take what it states and apply it to your situation. For crying out loud, man, use your brain a little!
  10. Jun 10, 2007 #9
    Well, if you looked at the link(!), you can see that the current flows in such a direction that its own magnetic field opposes the change that produced it due to the conservation of energy. Read the link, you can't expect people on here to teach you!
  11. Jun 10, 2007 #10
    scientist i really think you should read texts in your native language
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  13. Jun 10, 2007 #12
    someone give him the standard model explanation about force mediation particles
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