What is magnetic repulsion?
When like poles (south and south, north and north) push each other away (repel).
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In physics we know that repulsion is the tendency of particles orbodies of the same electric charge or magnetic polarity to separateor repel. Attraction is the opposite, and we see bodies of the samemagnetic polarity attracted to each other.
Repulsive force may refer to: . A repulsive force of an accelerating universe, which according to certain theories causes planets and matter to get farther and farther apart . Like charges repelling according to couloumb's law . Repulsive force(magnetism) between magnets of opposite orientati…on . A compressed material repelling bodies on both sides, e.g. according to Hooke's law . Repulsive Force(biology) , associated with involuntarily vomiting, as in response to ingestion of a toxin (MORE)
When two similar charges come within each other's electromagnetic filed one of them emits a photon and gets recoiled with the force of emiting it.The photon hits the other charge thus pushing it back. This happening together causes repulsion.
Is there such a thing as Magentic pulse assisted combustion Magnetic repulsive force used to help push down the piston in an internal combustion engine?
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Attraction and repulsion, in physics means, is when two objects attract and repel one another. For example, an When a negatively charged rod is brought near an electroscope with negatively charged leaves, the leaves will repel. Same goes for when a positively charged rod is brought near an electrosc…ope with positively charged leaves, the leaves will repel. But if a negatively charged rod is brought near an electroscope with positively charged leaves, the leaves will attract. Kind of like opposites attract, and likeness repels. (MORE)
"Repulsion" means force in the direction that tries to push things apart, like the force between two of the same kind of electric charge or magnetic pole. It's the noun that comes from the verb "repel". "Attraction" means force in the direction that tries to pull things together, like the force b…etween two masses, opposite charges, or opposite magnetic poles. It's the noun that comes from the word "attract". (MORE)
The law of attraction and repulsion are two forces contained withinmagnetism. Magnetism can only operate with both forces. If you canaccept that you are currently attracting the elements of your life,then you are also repelling energies as well, simultaneously.
Of the four forces, only electromagnetic has a repulsive component, and significant electro-repulsion is difficult to achieve.
The root word is the same as for repel: pel from the Latin repellere , to drive or push.
Its actually electron pair repulsion. Its . the principle that electron pairs around a central atom tend to orient themselves as far apart as possible. Electron pair repulsion is used to predict the geometry of a molecule or a polyatomic ion .
Magnestism The Law of Attraction and Repulsion states that like charges repel each other, and unlike charges attract. For example, two positively charged objects would repel, whereas a positively charged object and a negatively charged object would attract.
this class is so repulsive because there's no recycle bin. this class is so repulsive because there's no recycle bin
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opposite ends attract (ie:north and south) and the same poles repel (ie:north and north). opposite ends attract (ie:north and south) and the same poles repel (ie:north and north)
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The N and the S attract but the N and N or S and S don't. The oppisites attract in this matter.
It would be electromagnetism. Or if you are asking: south to north attract, south to south and north to north repel.
It is called the magnetic force. This is a force caused by the attraction or repulsion of the magnetic fields of the materials.
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The law of attraction and repulsion states that like poles repelwhile unlike poles attract. North pole attracts South pole whileSouth pole repels South pole.
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The army sent more men to the front lines to repulse the upcoming enemy attack.
A feeling of repulsion gripped me as i watched the poisonous snake slither across my path.
"Bawdy" means obscene, and so might reasonably mean indecent, but it does not have a connotation of repulsiveness. "Loathsome" means repulsive but does not suggest indecency. I don't know that there is a single word which combines both ideas.
opposite poles attract. the north and south poles wouth attract while the south and south or north and north poles would repel
I'm guessing it's because repulsion is easier to notice and you can just select one charge at a time to test
A magnet attracts other magnets and also magnetic materials, so just by attraction we can confirm that the material may be a magnet or magnetic material, but repulsion is only possible with magnets for like poles will repel, therefore to test a material is magnet or not we go for repulsion test
The POLARITY of their Magnetic Fields that are in Proximity of each other. For example: 1. N - N, or S - S , repulsion 2. S- N, or N - S, attract
If two magnets exerta a repulsive force of 100 newtons when they are 40 cm apart What will the force be when they are 8 cm apart?
From : R.Dharmendran (9650817206) FORCE IS INDIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO THE SQUARE OF THE DISTANCEWBETWEEN THEM.. SO THE FORCE WILL BE STRONGER WHEN GOES NEARER. SO THE VALUE IS 2500N WHEN IT IS 8cm apart
The simple answer is no. There may be a Dark Force (that's its name) which acts like repulsive gravity' but no human has ever directly detected it. (It was postulated from calculation of the rate of expansion of the universe.)
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No. It depends only on the strength of the magnetic field and the distance between the two magnets.
Hold means how long the shuttlecock will maintain in contact with the string surface. Repulsion is when the shuttle-cock spends minimal time on the string surface.:)
Permanent magnets have a magnetic field around them. This field is an "area" of force, and the force is derived directly from the uniform motion of a large number of electrons in the ferromagnetic material. Moving electrons generate a tiny magnetic field around their path of travel, and this is the …basis of the magnetic force. The "blocks" of atoms that have uniformly moving electrons are called magnetic domains. The aligned domains allow an "over all" magnetic field to be detected and even used by an investigator. The field will interact with ferromagnetic material to attract it, or will, when moved "past" any conductor, induce a voltage in that conductor. A pair of magnets will attract or repel, depending on how they are held or placed. The magnetic field of each one will interact with the field of the other, and the lines of force will push or pull, as suggested. (MORE)
In general gravity is an attractive force. There are some subtleties in general relativity however that might give the appearance of a repulsive force, but for almost all intents and purposes gravity is an attractive force.
this is because repulsion can only take place between two magnets, but attraction can happen with two magnets and a magnet with some other magnetic materials.
Repulsion is stimulated by the knowing/observing of something that disgusts us. Something that is different to what we morally agree with, something that is apart from the norm. Therefore this abstract, this unknown quality attracts us. We as humans are naturally fascinated by that we do not underst…and, even if we detest it. There is no stronger pull then curiosity, and curiosity draws us to that we do not fully comprehend. As something repulsive, or something disgusting is so often something we don't understand, it can be concluded that repulsion will inevitably lead to magnetism. (MORE)
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Free electrons most definitely repel each other. Any attempt to create a buildup of electrons in a specific spot will eventually result in the repulsion amongst these electrons to overcome the attempt to collect them. When you rub your skin against a wool rug on a dry day, you build up a surplus of… free electrons on your skin. The repulsion between these free electrons cause this surplus to scatter to all parts of the skin, thus permitting a discharge of them to occur at any place in your skin. (MORE)
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It is that magnetic force which causes the same poles of two different magnets to repel from each other.
The answer is "pulse". You cannot say "pulsive". There's no such thing as such of that made up word. xD
Yes. That's how the navigator of an airplane in flight is able to use a magnetic compass.
The movie Repulsion is a film by director Roman Polanski. The psychological thriller was released in 1965, and starred Catherine Deneuve, Yvonne Furneaux, Ian Hendry and John Fraser.
Trick question, neither. Remember that opposites attract and samecharges repulse. A neutron however is neither positive nor negativeand as such does not attract or repulse electrons. The neutronsimply lives beside the electron because the proton attracts it.
The term is "repulsive", and it means that two objects push away from one another.
You're talking about the ' magneticfield ', but you're not giving it enough credit. It doesn't only exist in the space around the magnet, but ittechnically extends out to infinity, whether or not you can feel it past a couple offeet.