It is the magnet that attracts the iron.
the magnet attracts to iron by the magnetic field both the iron and the magnet have
No.just Iron,Nickel,Cobalt attract to a magnet
Yes, a magnet will attract iron. This is because iron is a type of magnetic substance, and the magnet can penetrate it to increase the magnetic field and draw it near it.
The magnet will attract the iron, but will not attract the sulphur.
You can use a magnet to attract the iron filings. Magnesium is not magnetic.
Yes. Iron is ferrous.
Iron is a magnetic object.
Magnet never attract silver. It only attract to iron, steel and nickel.
Iron is a magnetic material, it conducts metal.
No, a metal must have iron in it to attract a magnet.
The magnet will attract the iron and separate then iron from the sand. The sand will be left and the iron will be on the magnet.
Magnet attract things made of iron nickel steel
magnets only attract iron and steel
Yes it will
Because anything that has iron is attracted to magnet so whether its not fully an iron as long as it has iron in it, it can make the magnet move or attract it
Iron and metals containing iron.
We can use a magnet. It will attract the iron and pull it from the sand.
No magnet can attract soil unless the soil has a high percentage of magnetic material in it such as iron or nickel.