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Most metals such as copper, silver, aluminium, platinum, magnesium and gold are not magnetic. Other objects such as plastic, paper and wood are also not magnetic.
Mar 11 by Hellfire Taco
3. Not All Metals Are Magnetic
Magnets only attract certain types of metals including nickel, steel, iron and cobalt.
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2. Magnets Produce A Force
All magnets produce a magnetic force, this is called a magnetic field. This field travels from a magnet’s north pole to its south pole and is completely invisible to the human eye, however, iron filings can be used to show these fields.
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Magnetism either attracts or repels objects, if the same pole of two magnets are placed close together they will repel and push away, whereas two different poles placed near each other attract and pull together.
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A magnet’s poles are the surfaces from which lines of magnetism leave a magnet and reconnect on return to the magnet. The pole of a magnet is the area that has the greatest magnetic field strength in a given direction.
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1. Magnets Have Two Ends
Every magnet has a north pole and a south pole.
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That’s why it’s essential to know as much as possible about magnets. So, check out our top 6 facts about magnets that you need to know.
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Magnets are used in all walks of life day to day, some you may not see or remember their use and some you might not even be aware of!
Mar 11 by Hellfire Taco
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Mar 11 by CinderClod
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