The opposite poles of a magnet do not repel, they attract.
Like poles repel, opposites attract. So a N pole of one bar magnet will repel the N pole of another bar magnet. And the same applies to two S poles.
When the magnet poles are the same. Hope this helps :D
Yes. When unlike poles meet,they attract.When like poles meet, they repel.
Magnet attract if opposite poles and magnet repelif same poles.
like poles repel unlike poles attract
like poles attract unlike poles repel
Equal poles repel. Opposite poles attract.
magnet wise: they will repel
A magnet can repel a paper clip if the paper clip is magnetized and the two north poles or two south poles of the magnets are facing each other.
Law of Magnetic Poles: Opposite magnetic poles attract, similar magnetic poles repel.
A magnet can repel another magnet when the same poles are aligned - ie North Pole to North Pole, South Pole to South Pole.
like poles repel and unlike poles attract because of earths gravitational field
Like poles of a magnet push each other aways, or repel each other.
Yes it does :)
Unlike poles attract.Like poles repel.
A magnet will repel another magnet only if the two poles of the same sign (two positive poles or two negative poles) are put to face each other. Otherwise, they will be attracted to each other.
No. Unmagnetized iron is attracted to both poles of a magnet.
Poles on a magnet attract or repel because of the way the electrons line up. The electrons in the valence shells tend to line up on one side of the nucleus. The electrons have a negative charge and the nucleus has a positive charge. The negative charges in one magnet repel the negative charges in another magnet but attract the positive charges in another magnet.
The nail is made of non-polarized iron. and doesn't repel either side of a magnet. A magnet has two poles and will repel another magnet with the same pole (north repels north, south repels south). Since the nail doesn't have a poles it doesn't repel either side.
You have the situation reversed. Like poles repel, opposite poles attrect
Same poles of magnet repel each other because the magnetic field associtated with them are opposite when they are brought close to each other.
Two magnetic south poles repel each other.