What is the relationship between the magnetic field and the force of a magnet?
Magnetic materials are notably affected by a magnetic field. A magnet produces a magnetic field.
The Earth IS a natural Magnet. It has a North and South Magnetic Pole, and magnetic Flux lines between them. The magnetic Field attracts magnetic materials and charged particles.
What is the relationship between the speed of the magnet as it travels through the coil and the amplitude of the voltage produced from the coil?
The voltage would depend on the speed of the magnet. It also depends on other factors, e.g. the angle between the magnetic field lines and the movement, and the strength of the magnetic field at that point.
The strength of the magnetic field of a magnet varies between magnets. A magnetic field is composed of field lines called magnetic flux lines. The strength of the magnetic field is called flux density and is denoted by the letter 'B'. It is defined as the the magnetic flux passing through a unit of area normal to the field.
The relationship that exists between an electric field and a magnetic field is one of electromagnetic interaction as a consequence of associating elementary particles.
They both have a magnetic field, even though an electromagnet has no magnet.
Where is the magnetic field around a magnet strongest? Answer: A magnetic field is strongest around the poles. Your welcome! :)
Then the compass would react according to the magnetic field of the magnet.
The pole is where a magnetic field is strongest around a magnet
a bar magnet will align itself in the direction of the magnetic field i.e along the magnetic field which means that both of the ends of the bar magnet will be in the line of magnetic field
A steel bar and a magnet both have countless magnetic domains within them. The difference is that in the magnet, a number of the magnetic domains are aligned. As they all "point" in the same direction, the magnet will have some overall or net magnetic field. It is a permanent magnet. In a steel bar, the magnetic domains are randomly arranged, and there will be no net or overall magnetic field.
Each produces magnetic field They have a north and south magnet
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The field is strongest on the poles of the magnet (the ends of the magnet). More specifically, the 8 corners of the magnet are where the strongest magnetic field will occur. The weakest field occurs in the center of the magnet.
What is the difference between the magnetic field of the Earth and the magnetic field of a bar magnet?
a bar magnet has way more power (around 200 gauss) while the earths field is less than 15 gauss.
At the midpoint between the poles. [Actually, that's the point with the highest magnetic field ... but its all contained within the body of the magnet, so when measuring the field it seems the lowest.]
The magnet will induce magnetism in the magnetic material. That is, the magnetic field of the other magnet will temporarily convert the magnetic material into a magnet.
An electromagnet is just one kind of magnet. A magnet is a material or object that produces a field (called a magnetic field) that is normally invisible but that exerts a pull on ferromagnetic materials such as iron. One magnet may also repel another magnet, or may forcefully attract it. The difference between an electromagnet and most other kinds of magnet is that most other magnets always produce a magnetic field, but an electromagnet requires… Read More
Compare the strength of the magnetic field near one pole of a bar magnet with the strength of the magnetic field farther away from the magnet?
It's simple, as you get farther away from the magnet the magnetic field is weakened.
It is a magnetic field that surrounds a magnet.
At the middle, and at the poles (ends). *= Magnetic force, = = Magnet * **=====** generally magnetic fields are stronger where the magnetic field lines are closer
Neither. The magnetic field is strongest at the center of a bar magnet (inside the magnet)
An electromagnet is a magnet that only generates magnetic forces when electricity is running through it, basically a magnet that can be turned on and off. An electromagnetic field is the magnetic force generated when an electromagnet is used.
A magnet has a magnetic field. In fact, a magnet, by definition, is an object which creates a magnetic field. A magnet may be a solid object which we could call a permanent magnet. A magnet may also be created by an arrangement of wires carrying and electric current and we call that an electromagnet.
the area of magnetic force around a magnet is known as its magnetic field!
The magnet in a compass is free to move, and will adjust to any external magnetic field. The magnet in a compass is free to move, and will adjust to any external magnetic field. The magnet in a compass is free to move, and will adjust to any external magnetic field. The magnet in a compass is free to move, and will adjust to any external magnetic field.
A magnet has a magnetic field around it. The magnetic field causes a magnetic force that can attract objects to the magnet.
A magnetic field is the area around the magnet in which particles are attracted by magnetic force.
The magnetic moment is the quantity, of a magnet, that determines the torque it will experience in an external magnetic field.
The magnetic field of a magnet is strongest at the north and south poles (at either end).
The region is called the magnetic field of the magnet
magnetic lines of force is force of magnet towards magnetic field.
an electromagnet has both an electric field and a magnetic field. while a bar magnet only has a magnetic field. an electromagnet is stronger
the magnetic field
A regular magnet achieves its magnetic field due to the alignment of its component atoms. An electromagnet induces a magnetic field through an electric current that travels around a conductive core.
yes magnetic fields can be broken if the magnetic keeper is not placed between the poles and it would also stop the flow of magnet
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the area of magnetic force around a magnet is called the magnetic field
A magnetic field.
- magnetic moment - magnetic field
The magnetic field for a bar magnet is fairly circular around the whole of the magnet, with the north and south poles at opposite ends. The magnetic field for a horseshoe magnet, however, only arcs in front of the two ends, as both are pointed on the same end.
Electromagnet Superconducting magnet Ferromagnetic Magnetic needle Magnetic compass magnetic field. Hydro magnet Gyro magnet
actually magnetic field is the region around magnet and magnetic induction is the process of using magnetic field to produce current , voltage etc'magnetic induction is basically force per unit length and current. from [fatima ]
The magnet has a magnetic field which either attracts or repels another magnet or magnetic metal. It is because of this magnetic field that the things move.
A magnetic field is strongest close to its source (e.g. a magnet).
A magnetic field. where attraction and repulsion takes place around the magnet.
In reality no. Though the size of a magnet does seem to affect the size of a magnetic field, it is in effect a ratio of volume, and does not change the effect of the magnetic field. The potential magnetism is not affected by size so much as composition of the magnet.