Just get a fairly strong magnet, I used a cow magnet. Wrap the magnet in a cloth so as not to scratch the face of the panel. Place the magnet over the needle and rotate it counter clockwise. If the magnet is strong enough the needle will return to its proper position.
A magnet can move a car, if the magnet is strong enough.
Yes - if you have a powerful enough magnet !
its not hard enough
Hang the horse shoe magnet from the middle of the U portion in inverted U position and suspend it freely, after some time the south pole of the magnet will be north and nothpole south will be in inverted u position.
No, but if you leave the magnet in lemon juice long enough it will start to corrode.
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).
There's no relationship there. But if you take any permanent magnet and heat it hot enough, it loses some or all of its magnetism.
It depends on the watch and the magnet. If the magnet isn't strong enough, (and it probably wont take much) then it wont. Or, if the watch is made differently, it will not destroy it. Other then that, watch+magnet= bad watch .
if the axial line of the magnet passes through centre of the deflection magnetometer it is called as tana position
The interrupter magnet is normally replaced by removing the camshaft gear as the magnet is inserted through the back side of the gear.
When the magnet is free to rotate and its poles are in a horizontal plane, it comes to rest with its poles pointing roughly north and south.
The shards each have new north and south poles. It is impossible to create a magnet with only one pole.
Yes. A magnet weakly attracts many objects which aren't metals. Given a magnet powerful enough, it can attract those objects.
humans are not magnetic.
the soiled cannot be a permanent magnetic as it becomes a temporary magnet it jokes to the bell and hits it as that is done it brakes the current ad de magnetized causing it to fall back into position and that happens continuously that causes the ringing of the bell
The south pole of one magnet will attract the north pole of another magnet. Bar magnets have the greatest force of attraction at the end. because i now this stuff :)
If the magnet is small enough and if you are sweaty or have some kinds of sticky materials on your skin, a magnet might 'stick'. But it will not stick to you by way of magnetic attraction unless you are robotic or you have a prosthesis that has sections of magnet attracting metal.
Yes, there is, but external magnets would damage the telephones if the magnet is strong enough. So don't go and try to place the telephone onto a neodymium magnet
Yes. if the magnet is powerful enough, the magnets can attract through virtually anything.
Its main use is in magnetic alloys. The Iron/Dysprosium/Boron magnet alloy is the strongest known permanent magnet, and is used in turbines, brakes, mobile phones, hard disk drives etc.
because north and south are opposite
Yes, if it's strong enough.
a regular magnet is not powerful enough to lift much scrap metal.