Why won't a magnet attract a nail across the room?
yes becase u need it
yes, it has more energy.
Aluminium is not a metal, it is a metalloid. Magnets only attract to three major metal elements at room temperature: nickel, iron, and cobalt.
You go to the ice-berg and it will be floating there. You need to get the electro magnet from G and bring it there and the electro magnet will attract the spring. THen you go to the gadget room and put it in the test chamber. Press the fire button. The ice around the spring will melt, and then finish the mission.
No. Only ferrous metals are magnetic and are solid at room temperature. In order for a metal to "stick" to a magnet it would have to have its atoms aligned in the same direction. When in liquid form the atoms are too busy moving around to actually align themselves to a magnetic field.
Room temperature can affect nail products if it is too hot, causing them to melt. It is also not a good idea to leave nail products in a room that is humid, which can mess up the consistency.
You have to get the magnet out of HQ- it's in the main video feed room inside a locked cage. Use your code symbols to spell the word 'key' into the lock to open the cage. Then you can take the magnet and head to the iceberg and you can drag the magnet over to the spring, where it will attract to the spring so you can take it. To unfreeze it, head into the… Read More
Since the door contains no wiring it (a nail) should do no harm. A mirror will not affect the equipment within the room.
the magnet is in Stan`s pants which is on one of the chairs in the living room
Because of the laws of physics. The magnet depending on the size strengh and density of the material loses the ability to still create a positive and negative attraction. Although there is a very miniscule attraction to other magnetic fields around the magnet In hand there will never be enough attraction to slap it back to the fridge. In other words your too far away
Hi I am not an expert but the answer is complicated and it depends on what you are trying to achieve if you need a magnetic field to operate in high temperatures its one thing, if you need a magnet to loose its strength at a specific temperature its another thing you can ask laboratories to mix materials that attract magnets in different proportions and change the temperature at which they stop working here are… Read More
every magnet has a curie temperature, the curie temperature is the temperature the magnet has to reach to lose its strength. every magnet has a different curie temperature, the stronger the magnet is in room temperature the lower the curie temperature is.
A hot magnet has more internal motion causing the magnetic domains to be less aligned.
You don't necessarily need to push your cuticles back, but it will allow more room for the actual nail polish on your nail.
Smile is a great starter. Flick your hair about. Have covert communication, wink. I'm assuming that you know the men somewhat. I don't think that more than a smile across the room is appropriate for strangers.
A frozen magnet will act the same way it does at room temperature. Freezing doesn't make its magnetic properties disappear.
throw it across the room throw it across the room
It will attract bugs such as ants and roaches.
Very slowly at room temperature.
barry dragged the trunk across the room
The perfume particles collide with the moving air particles spreading it across the room. thanks people :)
Go to the emergency room ASAP.
That someone's been polishing her nails in that room.
Moving a rubber ball across the room requires mechanical energy.
You are in a room with no metal objects except for two iron rods. Only one of them is a magnet. How can you identify which one is a magnet?
Simple break one of the rods apart and see if it sticks together if it does it's a magnet if it doesn't then it isn't one
Next to the Gadget room and the lock code is key.
A nightlight, nail polish and a nail file are found in the bathroom. Nylons, Neosporin and No-Doze are found in the bathroom.
nail file nail polish nasal spray Neosporin newspaper Neutrogena soap nightgown nightlight No-Doze nylons
During your journey through Herzen Castle you will come across the Machine Room, you will also come across this room when you answer puzzle 88 The Frogs Path.
We could smell the man's cologne from across the room.
There was a surplus of nail polish and it caused the room to stink when one was open.
There is: . Nail Varnish . Deodarant . Room Fresheners
You are in a room where there are no objects except for two iron rods Only one of them is a magnet How can you identify the magnet?
Take a rod and touch with its end the middle of the second rod. If they move closer to one another, then you have a magnet in your hand. The real magnet has a magnetic field at its poles, but not in its center. So, as mentioned earlier, if you take the iron bar and touch its tip to the magnet's center the iron bar will not be attracted. This assumes that the magnet's poles… Read More
Barbie has many accessories. It varies from room to room. For example in the bedroom it will have a comb, nail polish ,many pairs of shoes etc.
He gazed at her from across the room.
the gas molecules move about the room
The mercury will probably form an amalgam (mercury alloy) with the iron in the nail because of the ability of mercury (even at room temp), to diffuse into the metallic structure of the iron.
on the first floor of the mansion across from Melody's room when entering this room you are in the billiards room and you must walk to the right to the door to enter the projection room
Because if you don't it will spoil and then won't take off your nail polish +++ It won't spoil, but will evaporate away! I don't use nail varnish (I'm a bloke!) but I've always understood that nail varnish remover is acetone or similar solvent, so very volatile at room temperature.
Bonkers isn't a Moshling you can attract. It's a Beanie Blob item you can buy for your room.
I have the same problem
the people who sit across the room
sulfur and iron are elements, sulfur a yellow powder and iron a metal. When mixed together at room temperature they do not react readily and constitute a mixture which can be separated say by using a magnet to attract the iron. Heat them up and a vigorous reaction ensues forming a chemical compound, black iron sulfide, Fe2S3 see link for experimental details
Because nitrogen doesn't react with iron at room temperature and is not an oxidant.
Because when the Magnet is in colder conditions it just does so fzck you and have a nice day
On top of the roof of the gift shop. First go in G's room
Explain why you are doing work on a book when you pick it up but not when you carry it across the room.?
The scientific definition of work is using force to move an object over a distance. When you use your hand to lift the book off the floor, you are going against the force of gravity that is attracting it to the floor in order to lift the book in the air, from one location to the next. However, when you carry a book across the room, you are not fighting a force. As a matter… Read More
Yes, the temperature of a magnet does effect its strength. Both freezing, and hot temperatures take away from a magnets magnetic force. Room temperature ( about 50-80) is the temperature that magnets are the Best