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magnet any material that attracts to iron and materials that contain iron
magnetic poles the 2 ends of a magnet one labeled north and the other labeled south
attract the magnets pull toward each other
repel the magnets pull away from each other
magnetic force the force produced when a magnet attracts or repels
magnetic field the area around a magnet that shows the magnetic force
combined magnetic field when 2 magnetic fields overlap
weak combined magnetic field when the 2 magnetic fields repel each other letting the iron filings form a diamond shape in the middle
strong combined magnetic field when the 2 magnetic fields attract to each other letting the iron filings fill in the space between them
magnetism the ability of a magnet to attract or repel
magnetite a mineral found in rocks that attracts to iron
magnetic field lines invisible lines that show the magnetic field around a magnet
Created by: peninah