Is Pyrite Magnetic?

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Pyrite magnetic is an iron made up of iron sulphide mineral and weak magnet that increases when iron content decreases. It is also known as pyrite because the colour is comparable to pyrite. Pyrite is known as a weak magnet because of its attraction power.
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