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    What Is Magnetism?

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    Magnetism is a physical phenomenon which is mediated by magnetic fields. Elementary particles give rise to magnetic fields by using electric currents and intrinsic magnetic moments which interact with other electric currents and magnetic moments. To some extent every material is influenced by magnetic fields. Some materials, known as permanent magnets, have persistent magnetic moments which interact with external magnetic fields resulting in attractive or repulsive behavior. These materials have

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    Secret of Magnetism

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    when speaking about magnetism and its use in our everyday lives, you can learn the SECRET—the secret of magnetism! A true scientist would be glad to share his secrets through experimentation. Thus, I will share the secret with you. It begins with science—physics, to be exact: matter and energy, conduction and induction, magnetizing and demagnetizing. All will be explained in my science project. More importantly, to discover through experimentation that the secret behind magnetism could be its power

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    Magnetism Essay

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    magnet. This natural magnet was first discovered in a region known as magnesia and was named after the area in which it was discovered. Magnetism may be naturally present in a material or the material may be artificially magnetized by various methods. Magnets may be permanent or temporary. After being magnetized, a permanent magnet will retain the properties of magnetism indefinitely. A temporary magnet is a magnet made of soft iron, that is usually easy to magnetize; however, temporary magnets lose most

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    Magnetism In Science

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    Over the third quarter of physical science we have discussed heat, energy, electricity and magnetism. I have decided to do my paper over these four topics. If you have any questions please hold them till the end. First let’s start with heat. We think of heat as to be warm but if you ever get the chance to ask a scientist he will tell you that science defines it as the flow of energy from a warm object to a cooler object. Like when you rub your hands together when you outside at a bomb fire and

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    OHM´s Law and Magnetism

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    the advent of magnetism, the search continued to understand the mysterious force of magnetism that the objects were acted upon. Other terms began to form such as paramagnetism: which is the explanation of certain materials becoming attracted by the magnetic source, diamagnetism: which is certain materials repelling magnetic field lines, and electromagnetism: which is where conductive materials generate magnetic fields from an induced current. For most of the millennia classical magnetism was employed

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    Concepts, Theories and Unknowns Aspects of Magnetism Magnetism has long been one of the great mysteries of the world. It has gone for so long unexplained and although there has been a lot of progress in figuring out how magnetism works and what it’s caused by, it still isn’t completely understood. There are many theories about magnetism, but there is still much more yet to be discovered about magnetism. In the future it will probably be easily understood, but none the less intriguing. Magnets

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    The Magnetism of the Good and Ethical Realism ABSTRACT: Ethical antirealists believe the words ‘good’ and ‘bad’, and ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, do not signify properties that objects and actions have or might have. They believe that when a person calls pain or any other event ‘bad’ and adultery or any other action ‘wrong’, he does not report some fact about that object or action. J. L. Mackie defends ethical anti-realism in part by appealing to an ontological queerness he believes value properties would

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    Many aspects of Computer Engineering are affected by the study of Magnetism. Unlike many fields of study, however, magnetism can be both helpful and harmful when it comes to many of the devices used in computers. One of the most basic examples of the use of magnetism in conjunction with computers is the hard drive. Nowadays, hard drives are used in many different consumer electronics products from computers to mp3 players to game consoles. A hard drive is used to store large amounts of data,

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    Magnetism And Magnetism

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    In this experiment, we are able to study about magnetism and magnetic fields. Magnetism is very useful in our daily life. A magnetic field is a mathematical description of the magnetic influence of electric currents and magnetic materials. In addition, magnetic field is a region which a magnetic material experiences a force as the result of the presence of a magnet or a current carrying conductor. Current carrying conductors also known as wire. As we know there have north pole and south pole of a

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    Appliances of Magnetism How is magnetism integrated into our daily lives? Well, a person might not notice, but some of the things a person conducts daily integrate the use of magnetism. Though these processes might seem complicated, they are very simple to understand. They help humans in several ways by making their life easier. It may even come to the point where our lives depend on it because like math one factor can effect the whole equation, which is similar to this case. Thus, magnetism carries

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