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15 Cards in this Set

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lines that mapout or show a magnetic field. They move from north pole to the south pole
magnetic field lines
nuclear particles that carry a positive charge
the attraction of a magnet for another object
the smallest part of an element that has the properties of that element
tiny particles that carry a negative charge and orbit the nucleas and create a magnetic field
material that shows strong magnetic effect/ material strongly attracted to a magnet
ferromagnetic material
the center of an atom
the two ends of the magnet where the magnetic force is the strongest
magnetic pole
material that keeps it's magnetism
permanent magnet
one of about 100 basic materials that make up all matter
the magnetic force around the magnet
magnetic field
what happens to the magnetic field as more magnets get added?
it gets stronger
what happens when you break a bar magnet in half?
you get two smaller magnets
when do poles attract, and when do they repel?
they attract when they are unlike poles, repel when they are like poles
billions of atoms that all have magnetic fields lined up in the same way
magnetic domain