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How Magnets Work

How Magnets Work You probably know that magnets attract specific metals and they have north and south poles. Opposite poles attract each other while like poles repel each other. Magnetic and electrical fields are related, and magnetism, along with gravity and strong and weak atomic forces, is one of the four fundamental forces in the [...]

Doctor, the child eat magnet, what should I do?

Doctor, the child eat magnet, what should I do? "Doctor, the child has eaten the magnet, what should I do?" On the morning of May 18, a mother and child came to the Hengjie Town Health Center in Haishu District of Ningbo City. The 7-year-old child accidentally swallowed the magnet. It turned out that the [...]

What to do if you swallow a magnet

What to do if you swallow a magnet If the magnet is swallowed in the stomach, if the general condition is good and there are no related symptoms, it can be temporarily observed; if it cannot be discharged, cathartics can be taken orally, or the foreign body can be removed directly under the endoscope. 1. [...]

Why can’t small magnets be put together with big magnets?

Why can't small magnets be put together with big magnets? There is no such requirement, that is to say, this statement is wrong. Farewell and small magnets can be stored together. During their storage, the magnetic attraction force of the large magnet will not be separated from that of the small magnet. The weakening of [...]

Magnet Myths

Magnet Myths Every time you use a computer, you're using magnets. If your home has a doorbell, it probably uses an electromagnet to drive a noisemaker. Magnets are also vital components in CRT televisions, speakers, microphones, generators, transformers, electric motors, burglar alarms, cassette tapes, compasses and car speedometers. In addition to their practical uses, magnets [...]

Why Magnets Stick

Why Magnets Stick If you've read How Electromagnets Work, you know that an electrical current moving through a wire creates a magnetic field. Moving electrical charges are responsible for the magnetic field in permanent magnets as well. But a magnet's field doesn't come from a large current traveling through a wire — it comes from [...]

The Details of Making Magnets

The Details of Making Magnets To make a permanent magnet, all you have to do is encourage the magnetic domains in a piece of metal to point in the same direction. That's what happens when you rub a needle with a magnet — the exposure to the magnetic field encourages the domains to align. Other [...]

The Basics of Making Magnets

The Basics of Making Magnets Many of today's electronic devices require magnets to function. This reliance on magnets is relatively recent, primarily because most modern devices require magnets that are stronger than the ones found in nature. Lodestone, a form of magnetite, is the strongest naturally occurring magnet. It can attract small objects, like paper [...]

Magnetics for Environmental Applications

Magnetics for Environmental Applications Magnetics, as related to the environmental field, is a technology used for locating subsurface iron, nickel, cobalt and their alloys which are typically referred to as ferrous materials. The theory of magnetics has been adapted to specialized tools called magnetometers which are capable of measuring ambient magnetic fields emanating from terrestrial [...]

Industrial Magnetics in the Paper Industry

Industrial Magnetics in the Paper Industry The uses for industrial strength magnets in paper production can be divided into three primary categories: Paper Mills: In paper mills, the most common application for magnetic technology is in the use of suspended magnets and conveyor belt magnets to move raw materials, like wood chips, along in the [...]

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