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How are magnets made? How does the shape of a magnet affect its magnetic field? Size is just one of the ways one can change the strength of a magnet.

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mikki7477 - You have to compare apples-to-apples. Magnets made of the same material, such as alnico (an iron material containing aluminum, ...

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It depends on the geometry of the size and what you want the magnetic field to be doing. ... Where in a magnet is its strength the maximum? What affects the strength of a magnet? ... Do you want to teach physics or astronomy classes live?

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Over the years, magnets have evolved into the high-strength materials we have today. ... Each domain, although microscopic in size, contains millions of billions of atoms and .... Shock and vibration do not affect modern magnet materials, unless sufficient to ... Can a magnet that has lost its magnetism be re-magnetized ?

sciencing.com/causes-different-strengths-magnets-5981925.html

The strength of a magnet is primary determined by how it's made. ... Size. The bigger the magnet is, the stronger it will be. This even applies when comparing ...

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... which one it was. Do steps 1-4 again with each of the magnets that you have. ... Magnetic field- an invisible area around a magnet where its magnetic force affects other objects. ... The size of a magnet doesn't necessarily match its strength.

www.education.com/science-fair/article/magnets-temperature

Nov 5, 2013 ... Does the temperature of a magnet affect its strength? Learn about the relationship between magnets and temperature with this cool physics ...

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The material will also determine how its flux is affected by temperature, and how easily ... Let's do an experiment to show the effect of temperature on magnets.

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HOW DOES DISTANCE AFFECT THE STRENGTH OF A MAGNET ... more than a few times the size of the magnet) the magnetic field will ... which feels the force isn't a magnet but needs to have its magnetization induced by ...

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Oct 1, 2015 ... Magnetic force obeys an inverse square law with distance. The equation for magnetic force is similar to Coulomb's Law (if you are familiar with ...