How many poles of a bar magnet are there and where are these poles located?


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Marcella Predovic
2020-03-16 14:26:58
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Answer. Two properties of a magnet are: (i) A magnet always has two poles: north pole and south pole.

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In bar magnets, the magnetic poles are at the ends of the bar. You can cut any bar magnet and it will always have poles at the ends no matter how many times it is divided.

Six. Every bar magnet has 2 poles. If a bar magnet is broken, each resultant piece will be a bar magnet in its own right.

A bar magnet has two poles, a north and a south. When you break a bar magnet into to pieces, you create two bar magnets, each with a north and a south pole. So the total number of poles will then be four.

Without poles, it's not a magnet. It's just a bar. All magnets have north and south poles.

Move towards the U magnet so that the poles attach.

It's like the poles on a magnet

Like poles repel, opposites attract. So a N pole of one bar magnet will repel the N pole of another bar magnet. And the same applies to two S poles.

Each fragment of a bar magnet will have one north pole and one south pole. So if you break a bar magnet in two, there would be 2 North poles and 2 South poles.

You can check how the magnet reacts with a magnet of known orientation.

The advantages of horseshoe magnets over a bar magnet is the poles of the magnet are closer together on the horseshoe magnet. This allows for a stronger magnetic field.

The end of a Magnet is called.The polesit would be in your science book!!

The field lines around a bar magnet are most concentrated at the poles.

The shards each have new north and south poles. It is impossible to create a magnet with only one pole.

You have two magnets.Each half becomes a new bar magnet with two magnetic poles

Both poles have equal strength.

That you have placed the magnet towards the northern pole of the unmarked magnet. Like poles retract while opposite poles attract

Bar magnets have two poles.

Opposite poles will attract, like poles will repel. Basic elementary science.

There are some variables like what the magnet is made of and how it was initially magnetized. If a bar magnet is bent into a horseshoe shape to make a horseshoe magnet, the magnetic field will be more dense (stronger) across the gap of the horseshoe magnet than it would have been anywhere around the bar magnet from which it was made. And since magnets are strongest at their poles, horseshoe magnets can use both their poles at once while bar magnets can only use one pole at a time.

The poles of a magnet are the ends of the core of the magnet, where the lines of force emerge. An experiment with iron filings shows the lines of force, by putting a sheet of paper over the magnet and sprinkling fine iron filings. This is an easy thing to do at home. For a bar magnet the poles will be at opposite ends. If you have two such magnets you can experiment and find that like poles repel, opposite poles attract.

Bar magnets having properties: attractive property directive property like poles repel each other and unlike poles attract each other. poles exist in pairs

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