You can't magnetize water, it's a myth.
I don't think so because the definition of magnetize it to magnetize and a magnet is already magnetized.
Whenever I get a new screwdriver, I always magnetize it right away. It is wikdely rumored that a potent electrical charge can magnetize certain metals.
It means the the corresponding substance is difficult to magnetize or de-magnetize.
you can't magnetize a non metal at all only metal
You cannot magnetize a permanent magnet because it is already magnetized.
You can magnetize a paper clip by passing it repeatedly over a large magnet.
u can magnetize water by mixing it with some science magnetism liquid and then u can stick it 2 somethin metal or magnetable
In your eyes.
you can only magnetize something that contains iron. if what you have contains iron, then you rub a magnet on it
No. There is no metal in a diamond to magnetize.
pee on it
duct tape a magnet to it.
Wrap it with tinfoil
You can magnetize them by placing them near the magnetic field of a metal, this magnetizes them Another way to magnetize a ferromagnet it to wrap a insulated live wire around it, letting each end of the wire touch a + or - side of a bettery. This produces an electromagnet, and it can be turned on or off.
The noun forms of the verb to magnetize (magnetise) are:magnetizer (magnetiser)magnetization (magnetisation)the gerund, magnetizing (magnetizing)A related noun form is magnet.
carbon is not a magnetic, therefore it is impossible
it will not work it will in magnetize it