What is the electron?
Electron is a bit of a misnomer.
Electrons are not electrons but rather a type of gas which forms a cloud of electrons in the nucleus of an atom.
In simple terms, electrons behave like a magnetic field.
Electrons are charged in a certain way and can be pulled in a particular direction by magnetic fields.
When an electron moves in one direction, it’s attracted by the magnetic field, and when it moves in the opposite direction, its attracted to the opposite magnetic field (see magnetic field diagram below).
A magnetic field can be generated by two things: the magnetic flux of the nucleus, and the electrical charge of the atoms in the atom.
The electron, as a magnetic particle, is attracted to its magnetic field and is attracted by it.
The other way in which the electron is attracted is that it has an electrical charge.
This electrical charge allows it to repel other electrons.
The electron has two electrons and two negative charges.
This makes it a very efficient electrical conductor.
What is the charge?
An electrical charge is an electric charge that is present in an electric field.
It is equal to the difference between the electrical current (in the form of a current of positive charge) and the magnetic current (of negative charge).
Electrons have positive charges and negative charges, so an electric current is positive when the electrons are positive and negative when the ions are negative.
Why is the electrons so attractive?
Because electrons are attracted to their magnetic field because they are charged with a magnetic flux.
When a magnetic current flows through an electron, the electron can be charged by that current.
If an electric signal is produced, the electrons will attract each other in that direction.
The electrons that have attracted the other electrons are called “inverse waves.”
Electrons in the electron cloud also have negative charges because the magnetic energy in the electrons is negative.
In this way, the positive charge in the charge cloud of an electron acts like a negative charge, and that negative charge repels the electron.
How does an electron switch?
As an electron in a magnetic cloud moves in that magnetic field it gets excited by a positive charge.
This can occur because the electrons in a cloud are attracted by different fields of electricity.
For example, the magnetic fields generated by the ionosphere in the Earth’s surface, or the ionizing radiation emitted by cosmic rays, are all the electric fields that the electrons can attract.
These two fields can produce a magnetic repulsion that causes the electron to move in the direction of the field.
This repulsion is called the electric field repulsion.
You can learn more about electromagnetism and the forces that interact with it at the Electromagnet and Field Effects page.
Electromagnetic fields can also be generated in other ways.
In the air, the electric currents produced by the earth’s magnetic field generate an electric magnetic field that is similar to the electric repulsion of an electrons.
A magnetron is an electron orbiting a nucleus at an extremely high speed.
Electromagnetic currents in the magnetron create the magnetic repulsive force that keeps the electron in its orbit.
Electron magnetic fields can create an electric repulsive field, as well as a negative field.
When an electron or ions are attracted, they repel each other.
Electrum, the substance that makes up the atoms of the atom, is a type that is a kind of ion.
So if an electron is in a magnetron, then it will attract a magnetic force that repels it.
In other words, the attraction will keep the electron from moving away from the magnetic force.
The repulsion from an electric or magnetic field is called an electric force.
Does the electron or ion have to be in a fixed magnetic field to attract a particle?
The attraction can be produced by other forces acting on the electrons or ions.
The electric field can create a magnetic effect that attracts the electrons to their orbits, and then the electric force acts on the ions to repulse them.
An electric field or an electric attraction can produce the electric magnetic force, but only if the electric or electric repulsing force is positive.
If the electric electric force is negative, then the attraction and repulsion will not produce the repulsion, and so the attraction is not effective.
If an electron cannot generate the electric attraction that repulses an ion, then there is no magnetic attraction between the electron and ion.
The charge in a charged electron cloud will act like a positive or negative charge.