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How does magnestism work?

Question asked by M RISHABH JAIN in #Coffee Room on Mar 27, 2008
M RISHABH JAIN
M RISHABH JAIN · Mar 27, 2008
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😒plz tell me how magnetic energy wok Posted in: #Coffee Room
xheavenlyx
xheavenlyx · Mar 27, 2008
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Re: Zero Pollution !

By the above Q I remembered, is permanent magnet always permanently magnatized? Forever? does the the flux die down?

And, i really dont know how magnetism works, actually no one does for sure, there are many theories, but none fixed.
just2rock
just2rock · Apr 1, 2008
Member of CrazyEngineers
Re: Zero Pollution !

xheavenlyx
And, i really dont know how magnetism works, actually no one does for sure, there are many theories, but none fixed.
hahah..:smile:
better to be in schools again,to know a magnet;-)
vissin
vissin · Apr 15, 2008
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It's true that being one of the fundamental forces magnetism can not be explained in terms of other physical entities. It is best explained as an interaction of fields.

Every magnetic body establishes a magnetic field around it much like gravity only unlike gravity magnetism is bipolar.

Every object has magnetic property to some extent (every electron being a small magnet by nature). However, since these electrons are randomly oriented in any material, being bipolar, the effect of individual minuscule magnets cancels out. Some elements with better natural alignment of electrons exhibit what we call as magnetic nature.

Hope this gives you some idea. You can always refer books for detailed understanding.

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