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MAGNETSIM EVERY DAY SCIENCE  ALINA AGHA BS MC 2K10
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MAGNETISM Definition: Magnetism is the  force where objects are  attracted or repelled to one  another. Usually these  objects are metals such as  iron.
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BRIEFLY ABOUT MAGNETS Magnet is a material which can attract small  pieces of iron. The most common magnets are long bars  called  bar magnets.  A magnet consist of a south pole and a north  pole. The two poles attract each other or repel  each other. North pole will attract a south  pole and vice versa.
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Click icon to add picture T Y P E S   O F   M Bar magnet: South pole North   pole
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ATTRACTION & REPLUSION
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Magnetic field definition : region around a  magnet within which it can exert a force on a  magnetic material. Magnetic field lines
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Magnetism - MAGNETSIM EVERYDAYSCIENCE ALINAAGHA BSMC2K10...

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