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Magnesia place where magnetite was found
Lodestone another name for magnetite
Domain area of a substance that contains thousands to millions of atoms with magnetic forces
Van Allen Belts Earth's magnetic field which protects us from the charged particles of the sun
Induced magnetism magnetism that occurs in the presence of a magnetic field
Greeks credited for discovering magnetism
Magneteic field area aruond the magnet where we find the magnetic force
poles the ends of the magnets
MRI (blank)
University of Iowa school which Van Allen discovered magnetism
lodestone leading stone
ALNICO aluminum, nickel, and cobalt
North Pole's actual Polarity South pole
4 cow stomachs omasum, abomason, rumen, reticulum
permanent magnets materials that hold their magnetism
Created by: aburgos