Why does room temperature magnet attract more paper clips than a hot or cold magnet?
yes becase u need it
Use a magnet, which will attract the clips but not copper.
yes magets can attract iron paper clips
What is the force called that moves paper clips toward a magnet without the magnet touching the paper clips?
A magnetic force.
use a magnet , the paper clips will be attracted to the magnet and the sawdust will not move or u can just pik out the paper clips
because the paper clip hanging from the magnet gets magnetized as well and acts like a magnet
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?
yes because paper clips are made of metal
Because magnets attract metal.
This is what magnet does * it starts getting heavy * Then it pulls out of your hand by force * And then sticks to the paper clip asfar as it is iron
The bigger and stronger the magnet, the more it can carry
It is a non-ferrous paper clip.
Yes. if the magnet is powerful enough, the magnets can attract through virtually anything.
It depends how strong the magnet is.
because magnets attract to metal not plastic
refrigerator magnet, (paper clips+nails)
Paper clips will burn given a high enough temperature.
The paper clips will retain a weak magnetic field, and could be classified as temporary magnets, but not permanent magnets. That weak field the paper clips hang on to will dissipate in time.
Yeah.................. I guess it would
no its doesntt.. It doesn't depend on size, it depends on the specific strength of each magnet.
You need to do the experiment. If the magnet is strong enough, metal (steel, iron) will jump to the magnet (or pull the magnet towards it).
things that are magnet like paper clips and others
Paperclips can be held by a magnet but are not usually sold magnetized themselves.
some examples are paper clips and iron nails,
MAGNETS ATTRACT IRON! The pin is made of an iron so it is able to attract to the magnet. The match on the other hand, is made of cardboard paper substance. Paper and cardboard both DO NOT contain iron. That is why magnets attract pins but not matches.
Because they contain a magnet in the microphone.( The place where you talk into the phone)
What if there was a magnet glove that would work for the paper clips and stuff that would be really cool
Magnetism is the act of magnets pulling objects. One example is holding a magnet up to paper clips. That is magnetism.
That statement is not true. Yes a magnet will attract a steel paper clip through air or water. No, a magnetic field will penetrate glass as well... probably. Certain types of glass (which are themselves ferromagnetic) might serve to block a magnetic field.
Well... the electromagnet has a magnetic field around it which will then attract the paper clips, depending on how much strength the electromagnet has. Also the current flowing in the coil [wires] will make the nail or the electromagnet magnatise.
What is it called when a pen is on a piece of paper and a magnet is under it and the pen moves in the same direction as the magnet?
This is called magnetism. metals in the pen attract the negative and positive charges in the magnets.
Yes, this is true because in magnet, there are many small domains which all point the same way... this makes a magnet wot it is. the reason that a papa clip will attract to a magnet is because of all the domains (tiny magnets) inside swerve around when they feel the pulse of the magnets field.. by hazap ........... .......... brap brap!
simple put them about 2 cm from each other then drop a magnet in the middle
If a paper clip is picked up by a magnet underwater will the paper clip be magnetized and pick up other paper clips?
Yes. But the attached paper clip will usually not generate a magnetic field as strong as the magnet itself. At some point, either the field will be too weak to pick up another clip, or the weight of the clips will exceed the lifting power of the original magnet. The magnetic field is not affected by water. In fact, the slight reduction in weight due to the buoyancy will normally allow a slightly larger string… Read More
Certainly, as long as the paper clips are made of iron or steel. Most paper clips are made of polished or zinc-plated steel. Magnetism is a field that is not affected by water or any intervening matter unless that matter is also magnetic, or ferromagnetic.
Magnets are one of the rare items found in nature that are able to exert control over other objects without actually touching them. If you hold a magnet close to a certain type of object, it will either attract or repel it. This is due to the principles of magnetism.
Design an experiment with a magnet and something that measures the magnetic field strength (say, a paper clip and a ruler -- the farther away from the magnet your paper clip gets pulled, the stronger the field). Then, measure the field strength with the magnet at different temperatures. Record all of your measurements. Remember: don't do anything different from measurement to measurement except for changing the magnet temperature.
Due to the lack of metal in wood and the fact magnetic forces only affect metal, the wooden pencil remains unaffected by the magnet
Rubbing a nail with a magnet will align some of the magnetic domains in the nail. This will have the effect of making the nail into a magnet. The nail won't be a strong magnet, but it will come away with some residual magnetism. Suggestion: try a simple experiment with a nail and a magnet and some small paper clips to see if this works.
Magnet emmits electromagnetic waves which only affects 3 metals:iron,nickel and cobalt. Papes does not get affected as it's atoms do not respond to electromagnetic waves.
6.02 x 10^23 paper clips (602,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 p. clips).
Well, there are two poles to a magnet. A negative one and a positive one. Since metals are good conductors of charge and the paper clip is a metal object, they will attract. The charge of the paperclip is opposite the charge to one of the poles of the magnet.
The link shows once consisting of a couple of paper clips, a length of insulated copper wire and a disc magnet.
If a paper clip weighs approximately one gram estimate how many paper clips will be in a 0.5 kilogram box of paper clips?
500 paper clips
They have North and South poles, and can attract different things, such as iron, paper clips, other magnets, and some metal. It can also repel other magnets.
An electromagnet has 20 coils around a wood stick and can pick up 5 paper clips Describe how you could modify the electromagnets to pick up more paper clips?
1. You could change the wood stick to an iron rod. 2. You can increase the number of coils. 3. You could increase the power (wattage) through the coil. 3 ways you can modify the electro-magnet to pick up more paper clips, probably more available.
The most basic experiment involves these materials: - several paper clips - your electromagnet If you want to test the strength of the electromagnet, put some paper clips at a nearby distance and see how many are attracted to the magnet. If you want to compare it with other electromagnets with different strengths, just record the numbers on a table.
Magnets attract iron but not paper because paper has no magnetism.
Two magnets were placed at a distance of 6 and 12 inches from atwo paper clips but the clips reached the magnets at the same time time why?
It is possible that one magnet is stronger than the other one. It would have to be about 4 times as strong to achieve this result.
First, grab an iron nail. Next, grab a bar magnet. Stroke the iron nail with the bar magnet at least 20 times. You can increase the strength by stroking it more. Now, bring the iron nail near some paper clips. It attracts them! Science is cool!
10 paper clips is 7.5 inches, so 7.5X100,000= A million paper clips