Where Do Magnets Come from?

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Man-made magnet is made in the laboratory by a mixture of iron, cobalt, nickel and several other elements. The substances are magnetised by a couple of dissimilar ways. Some magnets, such as lodestone and magnetite, are found naturally.
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Magnets can come from the Earth or they can come from a factory. This is because some magnets are natural, such as lodestone and magnetite, and other magnets are man made. You can find more information here: http://thescienceexperts.com/answers/where-do-magnets-come-from
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