Experimental: Create your own homopolar motor with these easy steps
With a few common materials lying around the house and some creativity, you can make a working motor. So get imaginative with your wire sculptures and get ready for some scientific fun!
In this week’s episode of Experimental, learn how you can create a swirling display with a battery, some copper wire and magnets.
Transform a battery into a homopolar motor with a few simple materials:
- Wire Cutters
- Copper Wire
- AA Battery
- Neodymium Magnets
- Rubber Gloves
Watch the video above on how you can create your own homopolar motor.
Experimental is a new AOL.com original series that demonstrates simple science experiments for adults and children to do together. Always take safety precautions.
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