A magnet of the usual kind (non-electro magnet), is, to put it simple, a piece of metal. Usually made out of iron. The difference between a regular piece of iron is that the iron molecules inside a magnet has been aligned so that poles (+ & -) are created. This means that if you run electricity through a regular magnet, absolutely nothing will happen apart from that; electricity running through. -when a current is run radially( from center to the edge of one pole) through a strong neodymium disc magnet, it is possible to make a homopolar motor.
You can make electricity from a magnet by passing a normal bar magnet in a coil of wire.
an electromagnet is a magnet which is activated by electricity and it ceases to be a magnet once the electric supply is stopped whereas a magnet is a natural magnet which does not need electricity and continues to be a magnet whether it is supplied by electricity or not.
The magnet generates more electricity thus adding to the power and the galvanometer displays a higher reading. :)
magnet will not produce electricity due to electro magnetic induction conductor is producing electricity
no it does not.
A magnet will conduct electricity.
a scrapyard magnet is a electromagnet (it needs electricity). when someone activates it, it has a wire around some part of the magnet which wraps around the magnet and sends it electricity
NO, it is the other way around...you use electricity to create a magnet
An electro magnet proves that Electricity and Magnetism always co-exist in nature
No. Your magnet will fight the electricity.
A magnet alone will not generate electricity. However if you have one or two other components such as a coil of copper wire and you move the magnet in this copper wire coil, electricity will flow in the copper wire.
A magnet will conduct electricity without a problem. This is why magnetic fields are able to produce an electric current.
Magnetic generally generate electricity just by moving the magnet. Although you can't actually "create" energy, by rotating a magnet, you generate kinetic energy.
It is weird
You will generate electricity. the motion creates an electric current in the wire
Is called an electro magnet.
it is a magnet that is powered by electricity, such as the ones for picking up cars.
yes a magnet can conduct the electricity as current is the flow of charges and flows due to the charge carriers .the magnet has unshared pairs of electron so they can conduct the electricity.
The heat of the rays turn the generator.The generator has a magnet in it. The magnet is inside a copper ring. The magnet urn and makes friction which makes electricity. The electricity goes to the breaker box at a house.
it is now possible to turn a permanent magnet off. Research this on youtube, there are videos on how do to this with electricity. the electricity input on the wire in a certain position with the magnet diminishes its magnetic field when the electricity is turned on, when the electricity is turned off, the magnetic field returns as normal
the magnet gets weaker
A magnet can be used in the generation of electricity. A magnet that rotates inside a coil of copper wire will create an electrical current in that wire. This is the exact principle used in electric generators.
because a magnet has positive charges and is also a allows electricity current ot flow through, by so doing we end up getting electricity
You will generate electricity. As the wire cuts through the magnetic field.As the magnet is moved, there will be an induced electro-motive force (EMF) which can cause a current in the coil. Once the magnet stops moving, the current will go to zero.