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magnets are used in everyday life lots like, sticking on your fridge, playing with, tapes, credit cards, door patches, to clip/hold things together, magnetic ear…ings, to help find your keys, the tubes, you can even find a magnetic force in some animals as they are able to detect the earths magnetic field. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ dude definitely the wrong answer for this question.
5 places: Magnets on fridge credit card floppy disk fridge door magnetic board thx .....
inside fridge door, inside your toaster, and all the motors in the house
There are two types of magnetic metals, those that are permanently magnetic, and those that become magnetic as a result of an electrical field, i.e. electro-magnets. * …Some games such as travel chess have small magnets in the bases of the pieces, to hold them to the metal board. * Cupboard 'catches' can be magnetic. They close on contact, but can easily be released by pulling the door. * Some necklaces have a magnetic fastener. * Magnets are used to pick up magnetic items such as staples, paper clips, pins, * Small magnetic blocks are used to store paper clips on a desk. * Credit and ATM/cash cards have a magnetic strip on one side. It is magnetic because it contains magnetic metal powder in the plastic * Some screwdrivers are magnetized, to hold the screw prior to screwing the screw into wood or other material. * Cathode ray televisions and computer monitors use an electromagnet to direct electrons/pictures to the screen. * VHS tapes and common audio cassettes use magnetic tape, a thin plastic strip coated with a thin layer of magnetic powder in film form. * In computers, floppy disks and hard disks record data on a thin magnetic coating. * Speakers and Microphones have permanent magnets as part of their construction. * Electric motors and generators have combinations of electromagnets and permanent magnets * Refrigerator magnets use magnetic metal to make them stick to the refrigerator. * A manual compass uses a magnetized needle to indicate magnetic North.
One of them is to hold up notes and stuff on your fridge or whatever.
In cell phones, refrigerator doors, automobiles, CRT type televisions, speakers, ect...
yes, they keep refrigerator and freezer doors closed.
what use do magnets have
Magnets are found in many thousands of devices. The most historically used magnet would probably be the compass where a suspended magnetised needle points to magnetic north. A…lternators, dynamos, electric motors etc. all use permanent or electromagnets and of course so does the magnetron in your microwave oven or the loudspeakers in your hi-fi. The most important recent use of magnets are in the MRI scanner now used in most hospitals to give very highly detailed pictures of the inside of the human body. The extremely powerful magnetic field is produced by coils cooled by liquid helium making them super conductive. From this to the simple handbag closure or fridge magnet, magnets are all over our homes and workplaces.
It is used in generating electricity
Mining and recycling plus more but I don't know the rest
to answer questions like this using their computer
Many things - if we take electromagnets as well as permanent magntes: In generators and motors, magnetic data storage, sorting metals, and handling scrap steel, detecting ferr…ous metals, removing ferrrous metal particles from lubrication systems, electron-beam control in various applications, various safety devices such as fire-door auto-closers, in loudspeakers...
refrigerator magnets, magnetic seals on refrigerator doors, electric motors, credit cards, magnetic latches on kitchen cabinet doors, etc.
Television and any other electronics in the world