mrintermag2020

My name is MrIntermag - Magnet Specialist I’ve been teaching for several years. This is my tenth year here in Maine Town. I am certified K-12 in Health / Physical Education, Adapted Physical Education, and Computer Literacy. I obtained my B.S. and M.A. from Kenya University.
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How is a Magnet Made?

The process to produce magnets begins by heating a ferromagnetic material to its Curie temperature, which is approximately 16,000 degrees. This process produces a temporary magnetic field, which loses its strength over time. The...

What Are the Different Types of Magnets?

The types of magnets are classified according to their strength and density. A bonded magnet has a strong magnetic field, but the strength is low, while a sintered one has a weaker magnetic field....

What Exactly Is a Magnet?

A magnet is a material with an invisible magnetic field. It sticks objects to itself. In everyday life, you use magnets to stick postcards to your fridge. But a magnet's uses are much more...

Natural Magnetism

A natural magnet is described as a semi-conducting substance whose magnetic properties make it useful for movement. The properties of a magnet depend on its polarity and the number of magnets attached to it....

A Short History of Making a Metal Magnet

International student associations are working towards the accreditation of a magnetic metal detector that can detect non-metallic elements on a molecular level. This will allow for the easy identification of foreign students that present...

Wiring a Permanent Magnet Motor

International Student magnet systems are a relatively new way to arrange for travel between students internationally. Since the concept was first considered in the early 1970s, magnet motor technology has improved significantly. It has...

How a Horseshoe Magnet Works

A horseshoe magnet is actually a magnetic object that is made in the form of a horseshoe or an U shaped and is considered the most popular symbol for magnets worldwide. It was first...

Review of The Relation Between Iron Filing and Magnets

Iron filings are actually small pieces of iron which resemble a powder. As the term implies, iron filings were originally received from iron working facilities as the byproduct burned off larger steel and iron...

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