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3rd grade magnets

The attraction or repulsion of a magnet is a _______________ ____________. Magnetic Force
This type of magnet is created when a magnetic metal is rubbed or stroked with a permanent magnet, resulting in the transfer of atoms. These magnets do not keep their magnetism for very long, it will eventually wear off. temporary magnet
When a magnet's force pulls the object toward it, it is __________________________ the object attracting
A magnet has both a north and south ____________ pole
A magnets is stronger at its______________________ poles
The __________ and _________ of a magnet does not determine its strength. push, pull
A magnet will attract a paper clip. (True or False) True
A magnet will attract a penny. (True or False) False
Commercially created magnets, usually made from iron and other metals, which retain their magnetism for long periods of time are_________________________ _______________________. permanent magnets
This happens when like poles meet they repel or push away from each other
This is the area around a magnet where the force of a magnet can act magnetic field
Aluminum, brass and copper are non magnetic
Steel, iron, cobalt and nickel are magnetic metals
Created by: williamsonm