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World's simplest motor

World's simplest motor

A simple but cool looking motor you can build at home using ordinary tools.

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Here is what you need, a C battery, wire, a neodymium magnet, a watch battery, led lights, a screw, tape, Use the watch battery to power one of the led lights, Tape down the wire on the negative side of the battery, Slide the wire from the other led under the piece of tape, Carefully place the positive end of the battery to the neodymium magnet, Place the head of the screw in the centre of the magnet opposite the led lights, Place the tip of the screw in the centre of the negative end of the C battery, Use the wire to touch the positive end of the battery and the magnet, What do you think?, How is this simple motor working?

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