How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism?

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Temperature affects magnetism. In an experiment done on magnets, heated magnets became the weakest magnets. Magnets whose temperatures were normal (not changed) remained the strongest magnets. You can find more information here: http://www.creativekidsathome.com/science/magnetp3.html#Hot%20On%20Magnets
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