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# How do you determine the strength of a magnet?

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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:freddiedeleon@gmail.com">freddiedeleon@gmail.com</A>
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# Will hitting a magnet affect its magnetic strength?

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.

# Why does freezing a magnet affect the strength of a magnet?

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

# How does the magnetic pole strength change of a magnet?

\nit cahnges the magnet by making it reach to the top

# What determines magnetic pull in a magnet?

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!

# Which temperature of Magnets affects the magnets strength?

cold temperature affects the magnets strength by making it stronger

# Magnetic field strength unit?

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

# Can anything affect the strength of a magnet?

the north and south pole can

# What determines the strength of a magnetic field?

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

# What is the strength of the magnetic field of a magnet?

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

# What determines the strength of the magnetic field when current flows through the conductor?

"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"

# What determines strength of a magnet?

The strength of its magnetic field. This can be determined using a calibrated Hall probe.

# What determines magnetism?

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.
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# How do you determine the strength of a magnet using lines of forces?

The closer the lines of force are together, the stronger the magnetic field it represents.

# What determines the strength of magnet?

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# What are the factors that determine the strength of magnetism?

The factors of that ay hinde ko alam

# What determines the strength of the magnetic field when current flows through a conductor?

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.