There are 2 properties of magnets.
Magnets lose their magnetic properties if they are droped down from a height and when they are heated.
They are permanent magnets.
1. Magnets attract iron and other ferromagnetic materials such as neodymium and cobalt. 2. Magnets attract or repel other magnets. 3. In addition one part of a magnet will always point north when allowed to swing freely.
Have north and south poles
they have magnetic properties that weaken with time.
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if magnets are heated in temperatures above 760 c they lose their magnetic properties
Permanent magnets, such as magnetite or rare-earth elements, retain their magnetic properties perpetually, while temporary magnets exhibit magnetic properties only when affected by a magnetic field produced by an electric current or another permanent magnet.
repel force, attraction force,
1. natural magnets 2. artificially induced permanent magnets 3. electromagnets
Magnets have two poles north and south. Like poles repel and unlike poles attract.
permanent magnets are called Ferro magnets. These magnets retain their magnetic properties even after removing of magnetic field. It will have Suceptability > 1. Ex : Iron, cobalt, nickel. Para magnets exhibits magnetism in magnetic field, but loose its magnetic properties when field is removed. Ex : Magnesium, molybdinum, lithium, Tantalum. ~Satish 09555144106
I learnt in school, there are only two properties of magnet, they are:-1) Attraction2) RepulsionI am in middle school and have learned 3.2 poles North and southMagnetic force (attraction or repulsion)The two poles of the magnets are indivisible.The broken magnets act as independent magnets and posses two poles each .It concludes that magnets are always bipolar.
1. Magnets Attract or Repel Depending on the poles facing each other. 2. Its magnestism or magnetic field decrease if it is broken in half. 3. Magnetic Field is stronger near the poles than in the centres.
Three things that attract to magnets are things that are made of iron,metal,and heavy things
The three metals that are attracted to magnets are: 1. Iron 2. Nickel 3. Cobalt
Once magnetized, permanent magnets retain their magnetism properties. On the other hand, temporary magnets lose their magnetic ability once they are out of a magnetic field.
three properties of mass
No. Its properties are different from those of iron or sulfur.
Magnets can lose their magnetic properties if exposed to high heat or are made subject to high impact. The temperature at which magnets lose magnetic properties is referred to as the Curie Temperature for ferromagnetic materials.