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Subject: How would you create a controlable electric force?

Date: Sun Feb 25 18:41:56 2001
Posted by David
Grade level: 7-9 School: No school entered.
City: No city entered. State/Province: GA Country: US
Area of science: Physics
ID: 983144516.Ph

I am working on a science project and I have checked many sites. I was 
wondering how you would create a small simple electric creator (generator?), 
but generates a large jolt of electricity. I have seen a post about a coiled 
copper wire and a magnet. This sounds like an interesting idea - but if you 
rotate the magnet fast enough, would it actually create a lethal electric 
charge? (Yikes!)And if you stop spinning the magnet or take out the magnet does 
the electric charge discharge?

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