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what are magnets? Magnets are objects that produce a magnetic field.
How do magnets work? Magnets can either attract or repel each other. North poles are attracted to the south pole, and repelled by the north pole.
When a compass comes next to a magnet, the north indicator of the compass will point towards the south pole of the magnet.
what are some properties of magnets? Magnets have a magnetic field, Magnets can pull or push other magnets, magnets have a south and north
what are ferromagnets? Ferromagnets are substances whose magnetic moments can line up with each other to make a larger net magnetic moment.
what happens when ferromagnets are heated? When heated, ferromagnets lose their ferromagnetisim
What is the area of a magnet where the magnetic effect is the strongest? magnetic pole
The attraction of a magnet for a another object is known as? magnetism
A solenoid with a ferromagnetic core is known as? electromagnet
The attraction or repulsion between magnetic poles is known as?, magnetic force
The right hand rule is a guide to finding the ______ of magnetic field The right hand rule is a guide to finding the direction of magnetic field
In the right hand rule, your index finger to point into the direction of the magnetic field
In the right hand rule, your middle finger to point in the direction of the current
In the right hand rule, Your thumb should point in the direction of the magnetic force
Curls fingers points in the direction of magnetic field
what is the phenomenon by which a substance pieces of iron magnetism
A substance that attracts pieces iron is known as Magnet
The point in a magnet where the intensity of magnetic lines of force is maximum is called? Magnetic pole
A straight line passing through the two poles of magnet is called Magnetic axis
The space outside the magnet where the pole have a force of attraction or repulsion on a magnetic pole is called Magnetic field
What is the total number of magnetic lines of force in a magnetic field called Magnetic flux
_________ magnetic materials can be easily magnetized in both direction soft magnetic materials
The phenomenon by which magnetic substances get magnetized when placed near a magnet is called? magnetism induction
Give an example of a natural magnet? Lodestone
Iron is _______ type of magnetic material Ferromagnetic material

what are magnets?

How do magnets work?

When a compass comes next to a magnet, the north indicator of the compass will point

what are some properties of magnets?

what are ferromagnets?

what happens when ferromagnets are heated?

What is the area of a magnet where the magnetic effect is the strongest?

The attraction of a magnet for a another object is known as?

A solenoid with a ferromagnetic core is known as?

The attraction or repulsion between magnetic poles is known as?,

The right hand rule is a guide to finding the ______ of magnetic field

In the right hand rule, your index finger to point into the direction of the

In the right hand rule, your middle finger to point in the direction of the

In the right hand rule, Your thumb should point in the direction of the

Curls fingers points in the direction of

what is the phenomenon by which a substance pieces of iron

A substance that attracts pieces iron is known as

The point in a magnet where the intensity of magnetic lines of force is maximum is called?

A straight line passing through the two poles of magnet is called

The space outside the magnet where the pole have a force of attraction or repulsion on a magnetic pole is called

What is the total number of magnetic lines of force in a magnetic field called

_________ magnetic materials can be easily magnetized in both direction

The phenomenon by which magnetic substances get magnetized when placed near a magnet is called?

Give an example of a natural magnet?

Iron is _______ type of magnetic material

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