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Which mineral component sustains permanent magnetism?
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Permanent magnets are those that keep their magnetism for a long period of time, without requiring the application of a current. Most permanent magnets are made from iron …although some are made from different materials, but they all contain one or more of the naturally occurring magnetic materials.
They are temporary, they can only attract for a few seconds, as permanent magnets can attract for as long it is needed. Answer A permanent magnet is a material w…hich retains its magnetism once any external magnetising force has been removed. For example, when the current passing though a coil wound around that material is switched off. Permanent magnets are used in certain measuring instruments, such as moving-coil instruments, fridge magnets, etc. A temporary magnet is a material which retains its magnetism providing any external magnetising force continues to be applied. For example, when the current passing though a coil wound around that material flows, it will continue to act as a magnet, but once the current is turned off it will lose that magnetism (or most of it!). Temporary magnets are used to manufacture relays, transformer cores, etc.
Economic, environmental and social
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A permanent magnet is a magnet which will keep its magnetism for a very long time and is difficult to change. No, As I think a permanent magnet means they have… abilities to hold the magnetism when they are magnetized. Such as Alnico permanent magnets, but in fact, they can be demagnetized,such as high temperature, hit each other,pulse waves, out magnetic field influence...What's more, different permanent magnetic material, have different abilities on holding magnetism,they can be used in different environments. you can find some details from some manufacturers website, to learn some knowledges.
Magnetite is a mineral that is magnetic.
yes,but it can loose it's property by heating,hammering and dropping
Yes, as long as their spins are aligned, they will attract other materials whose spins are aligned, be they temporary or permanent.
A magnet is a man-made object, made from minerals that are magnetic or iron that has been magnetized.
To make a magnet you can do it three ways. No1. Get a metal rod and wrap some Insulated copper wire around it. You can use some other wires but it might not work as well. Ma…ke sure the wire isn't too thick. Wrap the wire 50+ times. Connect the two ends of the wire to a battery. Don't connect it to a strong power source as it will get very hot very quickly. Now the iron rod now has become a weak permanent magnet. The more current you add to it the more stronger it will be and the longer you have the battery on the stronger it will be.. Also, don't drop it as it will lose it's magnetic properties. No2. Get a magnet. The stronger the better. Rub the magnet up a piece of metal then when you get to the end take the magnet off the metal and take it back to the start making sure the magnet doesn't touch the metal. I don't really like this method as it takes a long time to get the metal to pick up anything decent. No3. Get a magnet and let it stick to a piece of metal. The piece of metal will be weak but enough to make the needle on a compass move. (Don't ruin a compass. Mine point south-west and it shouldn't do that...)
Heat or shock. Heating it past a certain point, or subjecting it to a hard mechanical shock will rearrange the magnetic domains so that they are no longer alligned. Also, an a…lternating magnetic field will neutralize a weaker magnet. The process is called "Degaussing". If you burn it.
a permanent magnet has its domains arranged in one direction at all times and is thus able to exercise magnetic properties at all times, but it loses its magnetism if it is he…ated to a certain extent second way is to hammer it constantly. this disrupts the alignment of the domains (i.e. they are originally aligned in the same direction) and causes them to align in different directions thus destroying the magnetic behavior of the magnetic. If their microcrystalline structure or chemical composition change, they tend to no longer be magnetic.
Permanent There is no source of current in a compass, therefore the magnet is a permanent magnet.
Heat allows the atoms in a magnet to become less organized, causing the individual magnetic fields of the atoms to cancel each other out, dissipating the effect. … An electromagnet is simply a wire coil energized by an electric current, which aligns its atoms (polarize them) as electrons flow through it, creating a temporary magnetic field. Answer The most effective way of demagnetising a magnet is to insert it into a coil, pass an a.c. current through the coil and gradually reduce that current to zero.
Put it in a coil which has an alternating current in it. The AC current produces a magnetic field in the coil which alternates with the changing voltage. This changes the magn…etism of the permanent magnet. Gradually reduce the current in the coil and the permanent magnet will end up unmagnetised.