What happens when you put jam on a magnet?
Jam/Jelly has no effect on the magnet or its magnetism, but it will cause the magnet to become sloppy and sticky.
Nothing happens when you put a magnet near an electrical wall outlet.
The magnet gets wet.
nuthin at all you will have no effect
you will get seriously hurt
nothing at all
it erases all memory
Nothing. Copper is not magnetic.
It will touch and stick until you separate it
The magnet will attract the iron, but will not attract the sulphur.
the jam is going to be seen in jello and the jelly wil blend in with the jello
all your memory will be gone forever
They repell each other
You will find yourself in a rather sticky situation.
The north pole of one magnet will repel the north pole of another magnet, but be attracted to the south pole of another magnet. Like charges repel.
The coil will align itself with the magnetic field (poles) of the magnet.
Unless you scratch the disk while placing the magnet on the disk, then nothing will happen. A magnet would have to be powerful enough to extract the hemoglobin from human bloodcells to be able to effect the disk.
It destroys the hardware inside the ipod and it stops working
Then the compass would react according to the magnetic field of the magnet.
nothing will happen. it might jam though...
It will stick on the inside, just like it would on the outside, and obviously it will get cold too.
They attract each other. A magnet has two poles , south and north. Like poles repel each other ,and unlike poles attract each other.
When we will bring North Pole of a magnet closer to South pole of another, both of them will get attracted towards each other.
it repels the magnets away from each other the same would happen if you put an N and N together
the magnet gets weaker
Well, there are two poles to a magnet. A negative one and a positive one. Since metals are good conductors of charge and the paper clip is a metal object, they will attract. The charge of the paperclip is opposite the charge to one of the poles of the magnet.
The compasses northpole will repel or attract either of the poles depending on it is north or south pole
The Magnet Poles reverse.
yes a magnet repell. Because if you put a piece of sheet it would not do anything but if you have another magnet and you put it on the south and the magnet is south then it will repell
Assuming you are talking about a grain cereal, nothing would happen since cereal does not have magnetic properties.
Move towards the U magnet so that the poles attach.
On the gray side of the magnet, if you take out a magnet and put it next to a magnet things you put on the fridge, It sticks to it! You see, the magnet's force is invisible so u can't see it. Or if you put it next to a magnet that sticks to that magnet, You might feel it's force or not. I tried it once :).
When you connect a North Magnetic Pole to a South Magnetic Pole the attract each other. So they connect. Opposites attract. Plain and Simple
The magnet overwhelms the earth's magnetic field, and the compass points toward the magnet.
each half becomes a new magnet
the nail goes to the magnet
The coperwire sticks to the magnet
The magnet would absorb any radiation and particles emitted by the radioactive element, just as anything else you might put there would. I'm not up on my nuclear decay, but in the event that alpha or beta particles were emitted, or any other ones with a net charge, the presence of the magnet would deflect them somewhat from the direction they would otherwise have taken.
Nothing happens, it does not attract.
a magnet is a solid so you don't freeze it
put a stick with a magnet
1. it might blow up 0_o 2. it will jam and nothing happens 3. you prob wont be able to fit 6mm into a 5mm chamber
Yes there is...But it does no harm to the jam it just helps, the bacteria releases water and into the jam. When this happens its called Osmosis.
When you put a horseshoe magnet next to a compass the red arrow points where ever the horseshoe magnet is.
No it does not ! (: Answer 2 Iron is not necessarily a magnet. But if you put a magnet near it, it will be atrracted to it. But if you've magnetised it and you put the other magnet so that the north pole is next to the south pole, then they will repel each other.
the metal object becomes a temporary magnet
When iron filings are placed around a magnet, the force of the magnet causes them to align to show an outline of the magnetic field of the magnet.
I think if you put a magnet in a liquid i think it is not going to work again. I think if you put a magnet in a liquid i think it is not going to work again.
Well... If they're empty then yes :P But I'm guessing that that's not what you meant. Sooo, if the stuff In your jars is dried fruit or anything go ahead, but if it is lovely sticky jam then you will ruin your jam bottles and probably your jam too. If you want to know why then search 'what happens when you put liquid in the freezer', I don't think I will be able to explain… Read More