A 'tin can' is actually made of steel, which is a magnetic alloy of iron.
There is sometimes a layer of tin (or zinc), electroplated onto the surface, so the name is misleading. It is more properly a 'tinned' can as it is a steel can which has been 'tinned' to stop it from corroding.
it can pick up nails tin can
-Lead -Crome -Zinc -Copper -Aluminum -Tin (Sn)
you can pick up iron with a magnet but it might be to heavy
A magnet will pick up a penny because Josiah is gay
A magnet can only pick up metal objects that are made from steel, iron or nicel.
Magnets only pick up ferromagnetic materials. There are many metals that a magnet will not pick up. A magnet will pick up an iron nail but will not pick up a piece of copper wire. Magnets will only pick up Nickel, Cobalt, Iron, and Steel, if I remember my middle school science correctly.
yes it can because they attract metal
Yes - if you have a powerful enough magnet !
no and no
It will pick up the nails the same way a bar magnet would do!
Depending on how strong the magnet is the amount of paper clips it can pick up will vary. Why don't you test it for yourself?
No gold is not ferro magnetic. So it will not be picked by a magnet
Try a magnet. A magnet picks up iron. It does not pick up aluminum.
The easiest way to check for steel is to use a magnet. A magnet is going to pick up steel and will not pick up metals that do not contain iron.
A magnet is built in the crane to pick up cars and other vehicles.
it can pick up mild steel metal and that's all i know sorry.
A magnet can pick up tiny iron particles that are in sand.