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Magnetism-Chap 1 Voc

Magnetism Chapter 1 Vocabulary

One of the ends of a magnet where the magnetic force is strongest; it point to the north when the magnet moves freely. North Pole
This train uses magnetic force to rise into the air. Maglev
Like poles of a magnet do this. Repel
A magnet that doesn't keep its magnetism for very long. Temporary
An object that attracts, or pulls on, certain materials, mainly iron and steel. Magnet
One of the ends of a magnet where the magnetic force is strongest; it points to the south then the magnet moves freely. South Pole
The lines that form a pattern showing the size and shape of a magnetic force field. Lines of force
This material is best attracted bay a magnet. Iron
A device containing a magnetized needle that moves freely and is used to show direction. Compass
A magnet's property of attracting certain materials, mainly iron and steel. Magnetism
Is not easy to make, but it keeps its magnetism for a long time. Permanent
The north and south poles of two magnets react to each other. Attract
Rising into the air. Levitation
A naturally magnetic mineral found at or near Earth's surface. Lodestone
The sky above the poles lights up in a display of brilliant colors. Northern or Southern Lights
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