What is Magnetic Field, What Does It Mean?July 2, 2021
Pull and hold area. The discovery of the magnetic field in the explanation of the material universe is one of the greatest achievements of the human mind. Until Einstein, it is not known with what force and how everything that is together, such as the atoms in a molecule or the stars in the group of planets, are held together and how they are not dispersed, and that this phenomenon occurs with the mysterious gravitational force of the objects, as Newton explained was thought. In reality it was an electrical event.
Taking advantage of Faraday’s experiments, Einstein showed that every electric current has a magnetic field around it, and that this magnet creates electricity under certain conditions, that is, these two are not different quantities but convertible quantities (i.e. the same quantity). Everything in the universe is made up of electrically charged atoms. So all connectors are of electromagnetic descent.
By placing a sheet of paper on top of a magnet and pouring iron powder on this paper, the magnetic field can be easily seen by everyone. This field was born of electricity, and everything in this field coexists, like iron filings, en masse and without dispersion. The universe, which is made up of materials, is also a huge electric and therefore magnetic field. The structure of this huge field was established by the equations of the great physicist Albert Einstein. To put it more clearly, it is no longer a matter of distant gravitation, of which why and how is unknown, but a physical phenomenon that is already known why and how it should happen. All forms of motion, large velocities and small velocities, result from changes in the density of this field.