What type of force is magnetic force?
Magnetic force is a non-contact force.
It can also be described as a force of 'Attraction' or 'Repulsion'.
Magnetism is a force that causes magnetic objects to move toward a magnetic force. The force is felt strongest on magnets which experience what is known as ferromagnetism, the strongest type of magnetism. When it is liquefied and cooled, oxygen can exhibit properties of magnetism. There are also non-magnetic substances that are not affected by a magnetic field or magnetism, these include plastics, gases, copper and aluminum,.