This phenomenon has been put to use in many devise which work on the principle of changing fields. The basic reason for the interplay of fields is that in an atom, a negative charge, the electron, is spinning around a positive core, the nucleus, producing a loop of electric field as a result of this motion. This electric field in turn produces a magnetic field. The article then proceeds to describe the concept of a field, and the scientists who have worked on this relationship between the two fields. It then lists several principles or characteristics of this interchange of fields. It focuses mainly on the need for movement of the particles if a field is to be induced by another field. It also states that both the poles of a magnet, the north and the south pole, coexist, and there can be no existence of one without the other.
This article is related to the course studied in this week as it discusses at length the relationship between an electric and a magnetic field, otherwise also known as electromagnetism. It gives the underlying basis of this phenomenon, which is very important in understanding the reason behind and application of this relationship. It lists the basic and fundamental principles of this relationship, explaining each principle. It also explains the importance of motion related to this inter-conversion and production of the two fields.
This is an important and interesting article to read on the pertinent topic. The article is written in a very easy language and manner. This makes it not only interesting but easily comprehensible, so that, although it is related to scientific facts and theory, it can easily be understood