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The strength of the magnet can be measured by the strength of flux density produce by its magnetic field in reference to a determine distance. This can be measured by the use of a Gauss Meter . The unit of measure is gauss( centimeter-gram- second or maxwell per square centimeter). By: Frederick de Leon Electronics & Acoustic Design Engineering Meadow Park Laboratories BK10, Lt 5, Meadow Park Molino 4, Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines 4102 Cellphone: +639175271849 Email: <A href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</A>
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Hitting a magnet may affect its magnetic domains and thus may remove its internal magnetism, thus the magantism may be reduced or even removed by hitting it.
Because it freezes its particles Answer 2 The above answer doesn't say why the strength of a magnet is affected by freezing it. I didn't know that magnets were affected b…y freezing - I can't see why they should be. Heat, now that's a different matter.
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the different types of poles. They have to be different or else it won't have the "magnetic pull" the poles are north and south!
cold temperature affects the magnets strength by making it stronger
Oersted which is equal to 79.58 Am -1 Answer An oersted is an obsolete (cgsA) unit of measurement for flux density, not magnetic field strength. The SI unit is the …ampere per metre .
the north and south pole can
factors on which magnetic field a bar magnet depends :- 1. pole strength of the magnet 2. medium in which the bar magnet is present(since the permittivity changes) factors …on which external magnetic field(B) of a current carrying coil depends:- 1. the amount of current flowing through the conductor 2. the perpendicular distance of the point from the conductor. 3. medium in which the conductor is present(since the permittivity changes)
The strength of the magnetic field of a magnet varies between magnets. A magnetic field is composed of field lines called magnetic flux lines. The strength of the magnetic fie…ld is called flux density and is denoted by the letter 'B'. It is defined as the the magnetic flux passing through a unit of area normal to the field.
"If the conductor is wound into a coil the magnetic lines of flux add to produce a stronger magnetic field... Another factor is the amount of current flowing through the wire"… (from Delmar's Standard Textbook of Electricity: Fifth Edition, Unit 4 - Magnetism, pages 111-112) The strength of an electromagnet is proportional to its ampere-turns; determined by multiplying the number of turns of wire by the current flow.
The strength of its magnetic field. This can be determined using a calibrated Hall probe.
The North and South Poles; in outer space, that's another story. Answ2. All magnetic fields, natural, permanent, or electromagnetic are caused by the movement of electrons.… In the case of permanent magnets , the field is created by the spin of the electrons. In the case of the Earth's magnetic field , it is created by electrical currents within the Earth, running roughly parallel to the Equator. In the case of an electromagnet , the magnetic field is caused by the moving electrons - the electric current in the wire coil.
The closer the lines of force are together, the stronger the magnetic field it represents.
Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB or NIB) would be the stongest material of an magnet.(Is the tempature which for this material is 12,800 . Hc is the lenth of the material which is …12,300. BHmax is the strenth which is for this material 40 . The other strenth for other materials are 26, 5.5,3.5 . The highest was 40
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Magnetic fields currently flows through a conductor is determinedby multiplying the number of turns of wire by the current flow.This is what causes electricity.