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No, but in fact, the magnet will attract most paper clips.
Use a magnet, which will attract the clips but not copper.
yes becase u need it
Most people will think that the 2 poles will attract the most number of clips but actually the part which can attract the most number of clips are the sides near the 2 poles ____________ | N S | |___________| ^ ^ here here
Nails Paper Clips staples needles south magnet metal bracalet keys
bar magnets are a magnet which are shaped like a bar and are not very powerful and are used to attract small objects such as u-pins, clips ECT.
yes magets can attract iron paper clips
A magnetic force.
well it depends. colorful paper clips won't attach to a magnet. just plain ones do.
Depending on how strong the magnet is the amount of paper clips it can pick up will vary. Why don't you test it for yourself?
Plastic clips can be used for a variety of things as they come in different styles. For example, there are plastic clips used to clip back hair and there is also clips that are used to clip together important news articles or paper files.
If these are the plastic clips, you can use 1/4 " offset mirror clips. I called ODL and they said the plastic clips are no longer available.
use a magnet , the paper clips will be attracted to the magnet and the sawdust will not move or u can just pik out the paper clips
The bigger and stronger the magnet, the more it can carry
yes because paper clips are made of metal
because the paper clip hanging from the magnet gets magnetized as well and acts like a magnet
Mostly paper clips are maid out of metals but you can have it maid out of plastic to but you need to look very hard.So yes sometimes.
One can create many different crafts using plastic paper clips, as they are very versatile. Some things that one can create using plastic paper clips are: coasters, and picture frames.
Magnets are those things that stick to your fridge there is a perfect example. Fridge and the magnet attract so you can pin stuff on your fridge without need of pins or clips
You need to do the experiment. If the magnet is strong enough, metal (steel, iron) will jump to the magnet (or pull the magnet towards it).
Most common paper clips are steel and conduct electricity. Some clips are made of plastic or have thin plastic coatings to reduce rust and these will not conduct electricity.yes
refrigerator magnet, (paper clips+nails)
no its doesntt.. It doesn't depend on size, it depends on the specific strength of each magnet.