No. Brass is not ferromagnetic, as it is an alloy of the metals copper and zinc.
Use a magnet. Brass is non ferrous and will not be attracted to the magnet.
Steel is attracted to a magnet because of its iron content. Brass contains no iron.
if it's naval brass it has a small nickel content
All metals are not attracted by a magnet. Most metals are not attracted by a magnet. It is iron and steel which is made from iron that are attracted by a magnet. Most other metals such a copper, aluminum, zinc, brass, nickel etc. are not attracted to a magnet...
Gold Copper Brass Aluminum
Nickel is the only element among those listed that's attracted to a magnet.
Metals and other magnets are the only objects that are attracted to magnets. However, many metals are NOT attracted to magnets. Copper, stainless steel, brass, gold, silver, zinc, and aluminum are a few metals that are NOT attracted to magnets. The best way to discover if the object will be attracted to a magnet is to introduce it to a magnet.
No.Common brass is an alloy composed of copper and zinc, neither of which possess strong magnetic properties the way iron does.
iron,nickel,cobalt,zinc,copper,brass are some examples that can attract metals.
yes it is attracted to a magnet
Anything that is attracted to a permanent magnet will be attracted to (sticks to) a temporary magnet.
A iron nail is attracted to a magnet
=No not all metals are attracted to a magnet for example tin isn't attracted to a magnet. Hopes this helps a bit.=
No, copper is not attracted to magnets. Steel, Cobalt, Nickel and Iron are attracted to a magnet.
Non-magnetic items, plastic, ceramic, wooden, brass, bronze, copper, lead, silver, gold, aluminium etc etc can't be attracted by magnets.
The word that means attracted by magnet is ''magnetic''.
Phosphorus is not a ferrous metal and cannot be attracted by magnet.
Aluminum foil is not attracted to a magnet because it is not magnetic
Ferrous metals would be attracted to a permanent magnet.
No. Any metal that cannot be a magnet cannot be attracted by one.
No, aluminum is a non ferrous. Only ferrous metals can be attracted to a magnet.
No, yeast is not attracted to a magnet as yeast does not contain any metallic material
A compass is a magnet. It reacts like a magnet.