it will lose its magnetism OR it will get weaker
I think it starts to bend or curl
It gets demagnetized at about 170 degrees Fahrenheit, or 70 90 degrees Celsius.
A magnet looses its power when heated.
heated or dropped on a hard surface
If you heat it above 176 degrees Fahrenheit (80 degrees Celsius) then it will permanently become demagnetized.
yes, when it is heated.
the magnet gets weaker
The Magnet Poles reverse.
Iodine will sublime when heated.
when matter is heated it will expand..
When matter is heated it will expand
matter expands when heated
When solids are heated they turn into liquid
Cloth gets warm when heated.
when magnet is put into a fire, magnetic field of the magnet ll get disappear( depends on type of magnet)
Move towards the U magnet so that the poles attach.
A magnet can lose its magnetism if exposed to high temperatures. If heated above the point called the Curie temperature, a magnet will lose its magnetism.
Nothing happens when you put a magnet near an electrical wall outlet.
each half becomes a new magnet
the nail goes to the magnet
The coperwire sticks to the magnet
so what really happens when plastic is heated the plastics can be made into any shape. It melts...
The magnet overwhelms the earth's magnetic field, and the compass points toward the magnet.
Yes, a magnet looses its power if hammered .It also looses its power if heated or subjected to AC.