Can magnets attract objects?
Magnets can attract some objects made of metal such as iron but not copperand others. Wikipedia has a lot on it.
Because magnets only attract magnetic metals.
Magnets don't attract wooden objects because wood is not magnetic. Magnets attract metals such as iron because iron in a magnetic object. I hope that helped you. :)
Bigger magnets are used for heavier objects.
Magnets are able to attract magnetic objects.
Objects with iron in them, such as steel and other alloys, are attracted to magnets. Ferromagnetic materials. Please see the related link. ====================== It can attract objects with Iron (Fe) in them.
No, they only strongly attract objects that are ferromagnetic. They react only very weakly with objects that are either paramagnetic or diamagnetic.
Magnets attract magnetic material due to the force know as magnetism, which only applies to ferrous material or things made of iron, or an alloy of iron. Magnets attract objects by aligning the electrons in the objects to the opposite polarity of the magnet itself, thus causing the attraction to occur.
Other Magnets and magnetic metals, like steel and iron.
Because silly, paper is not a metal. Magnets only attract to metal objects, not wood, or sand, or a finger, but only metal.
Magnets attract specific types of metals such as: Iron Nickel Cobalt Steel Try this: Get a magnet hover it over different objects, see what it attracts and repels (doesn't attract).
A magnet has a magnetic field around it. The magnetic field causes a magnetic force that can attract objects to the magnet.
they aren't made out of real metal.
They are like magnets, just that they do not attract metal objects, but faeces
Three things that attract to magnets are things that are made of iron,metal,and heavy things
magnets attract metal objects with an invisible force. Process continued until the force was weak that it could not pass through ant more metal
A scrap heap magnet is an electromagnet, therefore whilst it is on, it can attract any magnets and metal objects with any Nickel, Cobalt and Gadolinium in them. Hope that answered your question ^.^
What is an example of a situation where it would be best to use certain types of magnets to attract different types of objects?
Electro magnets can be used to attract metals temperarily while permanent magnet would be used for compasses.
magnetism. Magnets sometimes attract other magnets, and sometimes repel them. Most objects are not magnetic. There is a force that acts between any two objects and is always attractive. It is called gravity.
it doesn't attract all of them because it depends on the magnet. It also depends on the size. The answer is it has to be the same exact magnet to attract all of them.
Electromagnets... electromagnets are magnets attract, or pull, some kinds of metal objects. Stronger magnets exert a greater pull on the objects they attract. Sometimes it would be useful if you could turn off a magnet when you did not want it to attract objects. That is what an electromagnet can do. Some electromagnets .in power plants and factories electromagnets are very large. You can make a small, simple electromagnet in school or at home.
Magnet are objects which have an electromagnetic force. It attracts iron and other metals which have the property of being induced by a magnets effect and repels other magnets.
No, magnets cannot attract palladium.
Magnets tend to attract each other.
Magnets have a positive pole and a negative pole. Magnets attract positive to negative, and do not attract if you try to put postive to positive or negative to negative.
There are magnets in magnets that magnetically attract metal...
No. Magnets do not attract gold, silver, aluminum, brass, copper or lead. Magnets will attract nickel and iron or steel.
Magnets attract iron but not paper because paper has no magnetism.
Yes, it does. Gravel, Granite and Limestone does not attract magnets.
All magnets attract. What (I think) you want is that opposite poles attract and like poles repel, but all (known) magnets have both poles ... so one end or the other will attract.
do magnets attract only shiny things
They don't attack anything, however they do attract elements with a high enough magnetic charge depending on the efficacy of your magnet.
Two household objects that have magnets are: fridge magnets, and sizzlers
Yes. Magnets attract steel and any other ferrous alloy.
Magnets have "power" to attract and repel. Magnetic Materials only can be attracted to magnets and does NOT attract or repel.
Parts that have the same charge will repel. Opposite charges attract/pull each other. So positive sides of magnets attract negatively charged magnets and repel positively charged magnets. Negative sides of magnets attract positively charged magnets and repel negatively charged magnets.
The only three things that magnets can attract to are iron, nickel, and cobalt.
Magnets can attract anything with components of iron, cobalt and nickel, these are thus far the only elements that can be attracted to magnets.
Not all objects became electrified, objects "electrified" by the same machine appeared to repel each other (like magnets of the same charge); and objects "electrified" in different ways (one by touching an electric machine, for example, and the other, say, by rubbing amber) would attract each other (like magnets of opposite charge).
Magnets attract each other because every magnet has a north and south pole. Since opposite poles attract just as opposite charges do, magnets attract each other through their opposite poles.
Magnets are very much attracted to each other. Magnets have at least two poles: North and South. North poles attract South, and vice-versa. A simple mnemonic to remember this rule is "Opposites attract."
No they attract to other magnets.
magnets dont lose their magnetism under water. According to me magnets do attract paper under water.
Usually magnets attract any iron based metals. Magnets usually only attract or repel other magnets
Magnets can attract through anything, including rubber, if they're strong enough.
because magnets don't attract to any metal, only iron or iron particles, most coins are pure metal, and very few are iron, thus, magnets don't attract to them.
Many objects have magnets in them. Electric motors and speakers use them. Refrigerator magnets and similar objects use magnets. The magnetron of a microwave oven usually contains two large magnets. Even some types of fake earrings use magnets.
there is a sort of magnetic field in the north pole, the special magnets inside compasses attract to this, but they also attract to real magnets so watch out!!!
Magnets attract and are attracted to some metals.