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How Magnets Work | HowStuffWorks


Magnets are objects that produce magnetic fields and attract metals like iron, nickel and cobalt. Learn about magnets, how magnets are made and why magnets stick. ... Science catalog had a neodymium magnet it described as " super strong. ... Opposite poles attract each other while like poles repel. ... 1; 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · NEXT.


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Why do two like poles stick together when one magnet is stronger ...


The strong magnet reoriented the magnetic dipoles in the weak magnetic, so what had been an N pole became an S pole.


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Can two magnets of the same pole attract each other? - Quora


However, in a strong external magnetic field the domains can have their sizes and ... two apparent north poles coming together when one is much “strongerthan the other ... Do the like pole and like pole of a magnet attached with each other?


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Will forcing two magnets together along repeling poles weaken the ...


Jan 8, 2015 ... And it is observed practically as well (A strong magnet can also demagnetize itself). ... Will forcing two magnets together along repeling poles weaken the ... is different (lesser than equal to) from both the bulk intrinsic/extrinsic .... How much force is required to hold the north pole of two magnets together?


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Force between magnets - Wikipedia


Magnets exert forces and torques on each other due to the rules of electromagnetism. ... If all of the magnetic dipoles that make up two magnets are known then the net force .... Every magnet produces a magnetic field that is stronger near its poles. ... If like poles are facing each other though, they are repulsed from the larger ...


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Magnetic pole | physics | Britannica.com


Unlike poles of different magnets attract each other; like poles repel each other. ... Breaking a magnet in two does not isolate its north pole from its south pole.


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What will happen to a permanent magnet if we keep the same ...


If two magnets are kept with like poles facing each other, ... Powder from magnetic dipols is pressed together under the influence of a ... But in your case the addhesive forces during the time one press the two magnets together are not strong enouth to overlay the ... So your magnets never will stick together.


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Magnetic levitation - Wikipedia


Magnetic levitation, maglev, or magnetic suspension is a method by which an object is suspended with no support other than magnetic fields. Magnetic force is used to counteract the effects of the gravitational acceleration and any other accelerations. The two primary issues involved in magnetic levitation are lifting forces: .... This causes any regular conductor to behave like a diamagnet, due to the ...


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Magnetism - Repulsion or attraction between two magnetic dipoles ...


Two circular current loops, located one above the other and with their planes parallel, ... in the parts of the loops that are closest to each other: same current direction, ... Outside the magnets, the magnetic field lines point away from the north pole ... The repulsion or attraction between two magnetic dipoles can be viewed as ...


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How to Make a Magnet Stronger | HowStuffWorks


Find out how to make a magnet stronger in this article from HowStuffWorks. ... Others are too weak for what we want them for to begin with. ... until it comes to rest pointing exactly north and south due to the magnetic force of the North Pole. ... If you can find a way to hold or clamp them together, so they're aligned in the same ...


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Earth's Magnetic Field


A compass works the way it does because Earth has a magnetic field that ... tail of magnetism that stretches millions of miles behind the earth, opposite from the sun . ... and have given them names so that they can talk to one another about them. ... When you put like poles together ( South facing South or North facing North) ...


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FAQ-3: "The Great Magnet, the Earth"


More questions about the Earth's magnetism, received from web users; with answers. ... All magnetism due to different arrangements of magnetic poles? ... "If the earth is a giant magnet, why doesn't all iron stick to it? ... There are two large electric currents flowing along the auroral zone towards midnight, associated with the ...


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