Does cold effect the strength of a magnet?
no. Not nesseicerally
It dose effect because the properties get unbalanced.
The larger the magnet the stronger it is.
higher the temperature, lower is the magnetic strength..
Yes, the temperature of a magnet does effect its strength. Both freezing, and hot temperatures take away from a magnets magnetic force. Room temperature ( about 50-80) is the temperature that magnets are the Best
Foam coating on a magnet will not reduce its strength, nor will a foam barrier affect the magnetic field exerted. However, the strength of a magnetic field diminishes with distance, so any width of separating material will decrease the effect of a magnet.
What effect does decreasing the number of coils around the nail have on the strength of the electromagnet?
Decreasing the number of coils reduces the strength of the magnet.
actually yes if you have a thicker magnet then it seems to be stronger because it has more magnetic energy.
Is the size of the voltage induced in a coil through which a megnet moves affected by the strength of the magnet?
Of course that has a great effect since as the magnet strength increase the number of magnetic flux lines increase increasing the induced electromotive force but motion of magnet is needed.
The strength of the magnet and its proximity effect the current produced. The magnetic flux density falls quickly so it is important to get close. The stronger the magnet the more lines of flux that pass a point as it moves. Or as something passes by it.
Heat, because it affects magnetic molecules, causes a drop in magnetic field strength. Cooling a magnet has the opposite effect: reducing the resistance in the molecules and increasing the net field strength.
Because it loses it's strengths in hot water and gains strength in cold water.
yes it does affect magnets ! though cold has little effect on the properties of a magnet , but heat drastically brings about change in properties of a magnet. With increasing temperature, the magnet will gradually lose magnetization until a certain temperature (called the Curie temperature) where the magnetization goes away entirely. In addition to this effect, the domains of the magnet will have a greater chance of changing orientation, further weakening the overall magnetic… Read More
a magnet can be reduced in strength or rendered useless by introducing a larger magnet into the same area.
NO!!! the strength of magnet is not affected by temperature
It is not possible to know without reading the strength of the magnet. The Magnetic Field strength of a magnet is constant. However for each magnet it is different.
parts of a magnet- 1. north pole 2. south pole the breaking of a magnet form new magnets.when breaking is done along the axis ,pole strength decrease and along perpendicular axis it does not change.
Yes it does!
The strength of a scrap heap magnet vary depending on the strength of the current or number of "turns" in its primary coil. Increasing either or both of these makes the magnet stronger.
the magnet that works better is the cold magnet
no need to consider the term "pole strength of a magnet"
Does the Temperature of a magnet affect its strength
It will depend on the strength of the magnet. If there is any strength to it at all, there shouldn't be a problem.
Humidity really has no effect on the strength of rubber bands, but temperature does. Heat and cold affects the structure, strength, and elasticity of rubber bands.
How do you test the lifting strength of an electromagnet Such as how many pounds can a specific magnet lift. How to test magnet strength in the field.?
the magnetic field of a magnet is measured through Gaussmeters.
Does the strength of a magnet become affected when subjected to different degrees of hot and cold temperatures?
A. A magnet has a Curie Point, a temperature beyond which it is no longer a magnet. Identified by Marie Curie. This property is used in items such as toaster timers. As far as I know there is no low temperature limit.
The poles of a magnet are of equal strength but opposite polarity.
No, a hot magnet is stronger than a cold magnet. This was my Science Fair project as a fifth grader. We all can get different results. It can depend on what brand of magnet you have, and how strong that company made their magnet
A cold magnet attracts more than a hot magnet. This helps the flow of electricity which therefore helps the electric field, which therefore helps the magnetic field. They use cold magnets to power the LHC which collides hydrogen atoms. Obviously the cold magnet is very attracting.
magnets can lose its strength by repeated falling down
Compare the strength of the magnetic field near one pole of a bar magnet with the strength of the magnetic field farther away from the magnet?
It's simple, as you get farther away from the magnet the magnetic field is weakened.
Yes, rust will cause a magnet to be less effective.
It depends on the strength of the magnet.
it cahnges the magnet by making it reach to the top
what is most attracted to a magnet
Magnet has two poles. The Pole strength depends on flux that emanate from it. The pole strength is measured in Amp-m. If we know magnetic moment the pole strength can be calculated as magneticmoment/length of magnet
As the temperature increases the strength decreases, and vice versa
A magnet can be theoretically used in any medium, but strength of the magnet will strongly be influenced by the magnetic permeability of that given medium.
it depend on the strength of magnet. if i had a gauss measurement i could tell you.
The strength of a magnet(electromagnet) made by flowing electric current through a conducting coil depends on magnitude of current. . .
Heat and cold both make magnets stronger, but cold temperatures make magnets stronger than heat does. Actually, oly cold temperature make magnets stronger, you can actually try, hold one little magnet on your hand for like 30 seconds or something and you can realize that your magnet is really less stronger Unfortunately this guy is wrong ^^^^^^ Cold makes a magnet stronger and heat can actually take its magnetic domains away. When a magnet is… Read More
look how much it can hold
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At the two points or ends on a magnet, called the north and south poles.
That depends entirely on the relative strength of the magnet and the adhesion of the glue.
The strength of its magnetic field. This can be determined using a calibrated Hall probe.
polo strength is the force that a magnet has at the end, that is north and south poles.