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Briannas Magnets

Science Concepts

Magnets are attracked to iron based metals.
Objects can only be attracked to a magnet if they are in the magnetic field.
The earth is like a giant bar magnet, with a north and south pole. the earth has geogrphic poles as well as magnet poles.
the earths magnetic force is strongest at its magnetic poles, just like a magnets is strongest at its poles.
permanent vs. temporary magnets.
Magnetic vs. nonmagnetic objects.
Know what happens to atoms {particals} in a magnet, as well as an object that is temporarily magnetized.
the law of magnetic attraction: like poles repel; oppisite poles attract.
Created by: batwater