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An electromagnet is a temporary magnet which works on the magnetic effect of the current. It consists of long coil of insulated copper wire wound around a soft iron core and he two ends of he coil are connected to a battery. As the current flows through the coil, the magnetic field lines ae produced. These field lines sustains till the current continues to flow through the coil of electromagnet.


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