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Q: What is a magnetic field and what are it's properties?
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A piece of magnetic material that retains its magnetic properties after it is removed from a magnetic field?

That's a "permanent" magnet.


What is the iron-containing mineral that has a magnetic field?

Ferrite and Magnetite bot have magnetic properties.


What iron is containing mineral that has a magnetic field?

Ferrite and Magnetite bot have magnetic properties.


What is the iron containing mineral that has a magnetic field?

Ferrite and Magnetite bot have magnetic properties.


What are the three elements that produce a magnetic field?

Iron, cobalt and nickel are known to show magnetic properties.


Is rhenium magnetic?

Rhenium is paramagnetic. Paramagnetic materials have a small, positive susceptibility to magnetic fields. These materials are slightly attracted by a magnetic field and the material does not retain the magnetic properties when the external field is removed.


What is a piece of magnetic material that remains its magnetic proporties after it is removed form a magnetic field?

Many materials which are capable of being effected by a magnetic field will retain some of those properties once its no longer in direct contact with the field. One example is iron. It can become magnetized by being introduced to a magnetic field and then continue to remain magnetic once the source field is removed.


What electromagnetic waves?

Electromagnetic waves are transverse (unpolarized or polarized) or circularly polarized waves that have some electrical properties and some magnetic properties. An electromagnetic wave consists of changing electric and magnetic fields. The repeated cyclic transfer of energy from the electric field (weakening it) to the magnetic field (strengthening it) until the electric field is gone, then from the magnetic field (weakening it) to the electric field (strengthening it) until the magnetic field is gone every cycle is the process by which electromagnetic waves propagate without requiring a medium (and is described in Maxwell's Equations).


Is oxygen in its gas form magnetic?

In certain circumstances, yes. Oxygen is paramagnetic, so it is possible to induce a magnetic moment in it by exposing it to an external magnetic field. So basically, liquid oxygen only exhibits its magnetic properties in the presence of a magnetic field.


What is electromagnetic wave?

Electromagnetic waves are transverse (unpolarized or polarized) or circularly polarized waves that have some electrical properties and some magnetic properties. An electromagnetic wave consists of changing electric and magnetic fields. The repeated cyclic transfer of energy from the electric field (weakening it) to the magnetic field (strengthening it) until the electric field is gone, then from the magnetic field (weakening it) to the electric field (strengthening it) until the magnetic field is gone every cycle is the process by which electromagnetic waves propagate without requiring a medium (and is described in Maxwell's Equations).


Is hydrogen magnetism?

no


Why do materials have magnetic properties too weak to be detected?

Because the intrinsic magnetic field generated by the spin of the electrons around the nucleus is negligible...