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 What is the definition of a bar magnet?

Answer A bar magnet is a type of rectangular magnet, usually made of iron. One end of a bar magnet will always point north, like a compass. This is called the magnet's north pole, with the opposite end be... Read More »
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What chemicals should I use to remove magnet - specifically an orange report monkey magnet?

LOL I hate the badge too. Maybe answer badly?
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What Is the Difference Between a Permanent Magnet and a Temporary Magnet?

Magnets are atomic powered. The difference between a permanent magnet and a temporary magnet is in their atomic structures. Permanent magnets have their atoms aligned all the time. Temporary magnet... Read More »
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When adding more paper to a magnet on refrigerator why does it cause the magnet to fall off?

The magnet is losing its magnetic connection to the fridge.
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How does the magnet work in a fridge magnet?

Fridge MagnetIt works by it applying pressure to the fridge through a process of electro magnetic currents to hold it secure This can only be achived by it containing a mixture of iron and copper t... Read More »
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