Magnets

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  • Characteristics Of A Magnet

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    What is a magnet? Magnet is an object that can create magnetic field by itself. It is usually made from iron. It had a pulling force called magnetism. The pulling force is able to pull at certain things like objects made of iron or steel. It can attract or repel other magnetic objects that are not even magnetized and of course other magnets too. Due to the characteristic of a magnet, it can give a great impact to our world. It has many benefits to the industrial field, the transportation in our modern

  • The Magnetic Field Of Magnets

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    Abstract Summary Magnets have a magnetic field surrounding them and these fields is the magnetism force that the magnet poses of an object. On a large scale, the Earth is a magnet which also has a magnetic field. Magnets also has North and South poles which can flip. The amount of magnetic material attracted to the magnet, allows the magnet’s poles to flip. Flipping on the earth’s magnet could cause destruction on the earth. The magnetic field protects earth from solar radiation. Purpose of the

  • The Physics Of Bar Magnets

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    1. Bar magnet is the simplest form to explain magnetism. Bar magnets are permanent magnets and this means that they have magnetism all the time, it can’t be turned on and it can’t be switched off. They have two poles that include: north-seeking pole (N) and south-seeking pole (S). These poles appear to occur in equal and opposite pair. Magnetic meridian is the vertical plane in which the magnet lies. Magnets are made of materials that can be magnetized, which are also the ones that can be attracted

  • Paper On Magnets

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    There is not much that can be done without the use of magnets. The obvious uses are in hospitals with MRI machines, in our car and mobile phone speakers so we can hear our calls and enjoy our music. However, the use of magnets in nearly all electronics is often overlooked. Electronics need magnets to run, whether it’s a vacuum cleaner, the windows in a car, or the office telephone. Although men lived and worked at one time without magnets, it is impossible today. Living, working and relaxing

  • Outline: How Magnets Work

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    5 Physical Science; PS2: Motion and Stability: Forces and Interaction THEME: Forces and Interaction LESSON TOPICS: How Magnets Work OBJECTIVES: Language: Students will be able to: • Discuss an activity using magnetic vocabulary. • Read step by step directions. • Write observation in their journal. Content: Students will be able to: • Preform a controlled investigation into magnetism. • Compare experimental data. • Record experimental results. LEARNING STRATEGIES: Journaling, Pictures

  • Residual And Of Permanent Lifting Magnets

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    Residual Magnetism in Permanent Lifting Magnets I Introduction In response to a safety incident which occurred at the Campina plant on January 9, 2015 as a result of residual magnetism, research on the issue of remanence in lifting magnets was necessary. By sharing this study on residual magnetism, we will bring understanding of and awareness to the risks involved with lifting magnets, so that they can be mitigated and further injury prevented throughout the company. II Background An operator

  • Paper About Magnet

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    on to build stuff. Most people would just look at me and shake their head. This project is based on one of those more crazy ideas. Most people don’t understand the awesome capabilities of magnets. This paper will discuss the research of magnets and the hopefully I will be able people the awesome things magnets can do. What I Knew The day where I got the most brilliant idea happened on a cool fall afternoon, I had just gotten home from school, throwing my bags on the ground. I carefully race down

  • The Benefits of Magnet Schools Essay

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    Advantages of magnet schools Why would students want to attend a magnet school? The reason may be because magnet schools offer a variety of specialized programs that students can choose from. Programs such as visual and performing arts, mathematics, sciences, and many others are available for students to choose from. Similar to having a major in college, students at magnet schools have their own specialized area that they can take classes in, in addition to basic academic classes. They are encouraged

  • A) A guitar pickup consists of a permanent magnet (usually with a material core such as ceramic or

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    A) A guitar pickup consists of a permanent magnet (usually with a material core such as ceramic or alnico) which is wrapped by a tight copper coil of many turns (several thousands). The pickups are mounted onto the body of the guitar below the strings which make contact. B) Pickups convert the mechanical energy of the vibrating strings into electrical energy through electromagnetic induction. The permanent magnet of the pickup creates a steady magnetic field that changes as the strings vibrate. The

  • Secret of Magnetism Essay

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    magnetic field. The magnet will only move if the magnetic field is strong enough. The wire carrying the electrical current behaves like a magnet. It either attracts or repels the magnet that is above it. If the direction of the magnetic field changes, then the direction of the electrical current changes. Magnetic field is formed in concentric circles around a current-carrying wire, laying the wire flat ensures that the strongest part of the wire’s magnetic field interacts with the magnet. Electricity and

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