Maltese Cross CRT
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Maltese cross obstacle and fluorescing glass show that electrons in a Crookes tube travel in straight lines and are affected by magnetic fields.
Cathode Ray Deflection
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Small Crookes tube with built-in fluorescent screen shows electron beam deflection by magnetic field.
TV Image Deflection
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Image on black and white television is deflected by a magnet, not unlike the Maltese Cross.
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A magnet placed near this commercially available light bulb causes the filament to vibrate at 60 Hz, producing a "flickering" effect.
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An electron beam is deflected into circular or spiral paths by a magnetic field.
Force Between Parallel Conductors
[L | t | ★★★★]
A strong surge of current from a 12V truck battery causes parallel wires to exert a force on each other.
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Motor effect on conductor between poles of horseshoe magnet.
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Make a crude but effective loudspeaker from a cardboard box, coil of wire, and a magnet
Current Carrying Electrolyte
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Electrolyte circulates in magnetic field.
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Demonstrate how to propel a boat or submarine without moving parts.
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