Joshua Ciffer Period 1We learned that magnetism is a force that can attract & repel certain objects. Not all objects are affected by magnets. Some things that are not magnetic are: wood, aluminum, & copper. We also learned that magnets have 2 different poles, & opposite poles attract & same poles repel.
C.G Period 5Magnetism can't be seen. With magnetism, opposites attract and the earth has its own magnetic force. Magnets repel sharks and are used to cure diseases like cancer. Objects like paperclips and pipe cleaners are magnetic, but objects like brass fasteners and golf tees aren't.
A. F Period 3I learned that Magnets are objects that produce an area of magnetic force called a magnetic field, .Magnets have a magnetic north pole and a magnetic south pole. If the same pole of two magnets are placed near each other they will push away (repel), while if different poles are placed near each other they will pull together (attract)..Magnets only attract certain types of metals, other materials such as glass, plastic and wood aren't attracted.Metals such as iron, nickel and cobalt are attracted to magnets..Most metals however are not attracted to magnets, these include copper, silver, gold, magnesium, platinum, aluminum and more. They may however magnetize a small amount while placed in a magnetic field.I learned that magnetism is caused by the motion of electric charges,. It is the force exerted by magnets when they attract or repel each other. Magnetism is linked to electricity, and together they make up the force called electromagnetism. Magnetism is the invisible force between materials such as iron and nickel. Magnetism attracts or repels. .Magnetism is made when an object has more electrons than protons.Lastly, i learned that magnetic fields by themselves are invisible to the human eye,. The space around the magnet is the site of the magnetic field, where the magnetic force is felt by the bit of iron.. The magnetic field pushes on the iron filings, forcing them to line up in patterns which curve around the magnet until they point in the same direction as the magnetic field. Magnetic fields are very widely used throughout modern technology, particularly in electrical engineering and electro mechanics, and . The magnetic field is strongest where the lines of forces come together, and is weakest when the lines of forces are far apart.
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DE period 5I've learned that the same poles on a magnet repel each other. Also you can make a chain of paper clips with a small magnet. and I would have never guessed that film was magnetic! I mean who knew? Anyway that is what i've learned so far. Can't wait for our next blog!
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We learned that in magnets opposites attract and the same poles repeal from each other. I also learned that the sun also has a magnetic force not just earth. Lastly, I learned that not everything is magnetic some things that aren't magnetic are wood, copper, and glass. These are just some of the many things I learned about magnets magnetic force, and magnetism.
NA Period 6I learned that there are 3 different types of magnets:Permanent magnets- never lose their magnetism Air-core magnets- created a current flowing through a wire and Electromagnets- have ferromagnetic material located inside the coils of wire.I also learn that opposites attract and same poles repell.
This week in science we learned that opposite poles of magnets attract. in other words N+N= :( N+S= :) S+S= :(.
This week we talked about magnetism and how n+n equal repel same for s+s but n+s attract (opposites) also the magnetic field is invisble to the human eyescertain magnets have different strengths..Mark Alday Period 3January 23,2014
ZA Period 7We learned a lot about magnets in class today. We learned that opposites attract and likes repel. We also learned that they should be kept away from pacemakers. Heat can cause some magnets to lose a part of their ability. Also, Earth is the world’s largest magnet and that magnets were discovered 4000 years ago. Magnets usually attract materials such as steel. Iron cobalt, and nickel. Magnets have an area called a magnetic field around them that is invisible to the human eye. Magnetic fields are stronger when they are closer to the magnets. There is also a magnetic field around the earth. In conclusion, magnets are really amazing and I’m glad we got to learn about them.
I actually learned a lot about magnetism. What surprised me a lot is that the Earth's core is made out of iron and nickel. They are the magnetic fields of the Earth. We use them for compasses. It's interesting to know that only the N+S go together. While N+N or S+S repel from each other. Not all metals are magnetic though. Iron, nickel, and cobalt are a few that are magnetic.Period 2
AC Period 5I learned that opposite poles attract and same poles repel. Also, that magnetic fields are invisible to the human eye.
DS Period 7I learned that a magnet is an object that gives off a magnetic field. The north side of a magnet can only attract the south side of another magnet. Two of the same sides on different magnet will repel if they are bought together. Lodestone is a natural magnet. It is also called magnetite. Some other kinds of magnets are permanent magnets, electromagnets, and air-core magnets. Debamita Saha
Magnetism is a force that helps to keep the earth in orbit with the sun. We use it in our everyday lives and it helped invent a compass which pretty much helped us navigate the world until GPS. Magnets are mostly in things made out of metal and steel. There are also some objects that are slighty magnetic like the recording tape.
Magnetism can't be seen. Also it is a force that helps to keep the earth in orbit of the sun.It can attract magnetic objects or push them away. Metals such as iron, nickel, and copper. Magnets are objects that produce an area of magnetic force called a magnetic field. Over 80% off all households in the US have promotional magnets on their refrigerator. •The worlds largest magnet is planet Earth. Earths hot liquid core contains iron which, as it moves, creates an electric current that generates a magnetic field around the planet. Magnets are mostly thing made out of metal. All magnets have a north and south pole, including all of our custom promotional magnets. Opposite poles attract while the same poles repel each other. Some things that is not magnetic are wood, copper, and glass. Some things that are magnetic are a paper clip, nickel, and iron.
I learned that some objects are subjects to magnetism while others are not. I learned that the same magnetic poles repel while different poles attract. Magnetic fields are invisible to the human eye and that the earth has its own magnetic field. Altogether I learned a lot about magnets.
Lindsey Norton Period 2I have leaned many things about magnetism. I learned that magnetism is a force of attraction which acts at a distance. This happens because of magnetic fields. Also, I learned that all materials experience magnetism, but materials made of iron experience the strongest effect. I found out that Earth, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune, and Uranus are the only planets with magnetism. Magnetic strength is determined by the amount of material it is made of. I have learned many great things about magnets, magnetism, and magnetic fields.
Gianna JoycePeriod 6I have learned may new things about magnetism that i didnt know before. Most metals however are not attracted to magnets, these include copper, silver, gold, magnesium, platinum, aluminium and more. They may however magnetize a small amount while placed in a magnetic field. Magnetism can attract magnetic objects or push them away. I also learned magnetic fields by themselves are invisible to the human eye.
EG period 2I learned that weird objects are magnetic or not magnetic.Such as, aluminum and a golf tee don't attract. Recording tape and a nail do attract. Magnetism is not visible either.Finally, the opposite ends or poles attract. Lastly, I learned a lot about magnets and they are fun to study!
Adrian Sinani Period 7 I learned that different objects have different pulls and magnetic fields. Such as Magnetite and metal washers attract.
RV period 2This week I learned about magnets, magnetism, and magnetic fields. I learned that same poles repel and opposites attract. Also, magnetic fields are invisible to the human eye.Metals such as iron, nickel, and cobalt are attracted to magnets.
PN Period 2I learned that magnetism is used in everyday life.For example a transformer which uses a magnetic field to transform the energy into a different parameter.It is also invisible to the naked eye.
Aaliyah Vega Period 1 What is a magnet exactly? Well i learned that a magnet is an object or a device that gives off an external magnetic field. It applies a force over a distance on other magnets, electrical currents, circuits, or magnetic materials. What you probably don't know is that there many other types of magnets for example there is an air-core magnet which are created by current flowing through a wire. another type is electromagnets which has a ferromagnetic material (usually made of iron or steel) located inside of the coils of wire.
Abhineet Jain period 7I learned that magnets produce a magnetic field. All magnets have a north and south pole. The opposite poles attract (north and south) and the same poles repel (north and north or south and south). Magnets attract to objects that are made of iron, steel, nickel, and cobalt. A compass needle points North because of magnetic force, and it attracts to the north pole.
Period 7This week i learned a lot of things about magnets. Each magnet always has a north and south end.n+s= attracting and n+n or s+s= repeling. Also, scientists first found the magnet rock that is called magnetite.If you've ever wondered why a compass points north, its because the magnetism attracts to the north pole. Yes, that tecnically means that the earth is a magnet. Furthermore, magnets usuallyattract best with iron, steel, and some metal. Overall i really learned a lot this week!
Period 1I have learned a lot of new things in the past few days. I have learned that opposite poles attract and similar poles repel. Also, I learned that magnetic fields are invisible to the human eye.
MC - Period 2 This week, I learned that magnets are objects made of particular materials which create a magnetic field. Magnetism is an invisible force caused by the different traits of certain objects. Magnetism can either attract magnetic objects or push them away; same poles repel, opposite poles attract. Also, I learned that magnetic fields are invisible to the human eye. In addition, scientists believe that the earth's core is a mix of iron and nickel, causing the earth to have a magnetic field.
TG Period2I learned that the strength of the force that a magnet has depends on what it is made out of. I also learned that magnetism is very closely related to electricity. Also that the earth has a huge magnetic field around it. Also the same poles of a magnet repel and the opposite poles attract.
PB Period 1I learned that different objects are or aren't magnetic. Also the strength of a magnet depends on the thing its made out of. Magnetism is also closely related to electricity. Finally Earth has a magnetic field because of its iron and nickel and they are magnetic.
JL Period 7I learned that magnets have a south and north pole that repel if you put the same sides of a magnet together, they repel. Also, if you put different sides of two magnets together, they attract. Iron, steel, nickel, and cobalt are attracted to magnets. Magnetism is caused by the motion of electrical charges. Finally, magnetic fields are invisible to the human eye. This week about magnets, magnetism, and magnetic fields was very interesting and fun to learn about!
BV Period 2I learned that most planets have magnetic fields. Magnets repel the same sides, but their opposites attract. Some magnets are more powerful than others. Magnetism is kind of like electricity. The Earth has a magnetic field.
In Science class, we have learned that there are many attributes of magnetism. Such as the fact that a magnet has a magnetic field. Also that the planet has its own magnetic field. The closer two magnets come together, the larger and stronger the magnetic field becomes. Some objects are magnetic and some are not. Some of the magnetic objects include steel and iron. Some of the non-magnetic metals include aluminum, copper, brass, and tin, which are conductive. That is the general idea of what I have learned about magnetism, and I hope to learn more!
Magnetism can not be seen. Magnets have poles, North and South. Same poles repel and opposite poles attract. The Earth even has it's own magnetic force in it's core. Not all materials are magnetic, such as wood, cloth, glass, and fruit. Some materials that are magnetic include: iron, steel, nickel and cobalt. If you ever wondered how a compass works, the Earth's core has it's own magnetic force and that is how a compass works!
KP PD 2over the past few days that we actually had school, I learned so much about magnetism. For example, opposite poles (North, South) attract and same poles (North, North or South, South) repel. Magnets have a magnetic field around them that are invisible to the human eye. Iron, steel ,nickel and cobalt are attracted to magnets.
this week we have been learning about magnetism. I learned that opposites attract and the same magnetic force pushes away. also the earth has a magnetic pulse that you can tell direction with. only some metals like steel, nickel, and iron are attracted to magnets.Austin Sweeney PR 6
ZZ Period 3This week, we learned about magnets and magnetism. Magnetism is invisible, and its force can range, depending on the force of the magnet. A magnet has a north and south pole. On a magnet, opposite poles attract(north and south, south and north), and same poles repel(north and north, south and south).
MM Period 3Previously in class, we have been learning about magnetism. Magnets attract many different types of metal. They basically have north and south poles. The opposite poles attract and and same ones repel. Magnetic forces are invisible to the human eye. But any human can feel the forces repelling or attracting.
JG Period 7This week, we learned about magnets and magnetic fields. Magnets have two poles, north and south. The two same poles repel (south& south, north& north). While the two opposite poles attract (north& south, south& north). Magnetic fields are invisible to the human eye. They also become stronger when close to other magnets.
What I learned about magnetism is that it can be used in many ways in everyday life. For example, magnets are used in microwaves and refrigerators.
RR period 3This week we learned about magnetism. We learned that magnets have poles north and south. The north pole of a magnet will only attract to a south poles of another magnet. Magnetic fields are invisible.
SS Period 7This week we studied magnets. I learned that opposite poles attract. Also the same poles push away from each other. Magnets have the strongest pull on steel. Lastly, magnetic fields are completely invisible to the human eye.
I learned that magnets have both a negative and positive side to them.In this case, negative and positives are attracted to each other, but one of the same ( negative + negative) or (positive + positive) outcome to a repel of each other. Magnetic fields are the force that surrounds the to ends of the magnets that are invisible to the naked eye, but can be seen with various tools.
KC Period 7I have learned through my research and my experience in class that magnets produce a magnetic field that is invisible to the human eye. Also, magnets attract only certain objects such as different. One of these objects is iron. Other objects, such as aluminum, are not attracted to magnets. Earth has it's own magnetic field. One object that surprised me when we tested them in class was the recording tape. The majority of the class predicted that the recording tape wouldn't be magnetic, but it was! These tests also gave me knowledge of many objects that either are or aren't magnetic. I definitely learned a lot over the past week! :)
Danae Hollingsworth Period 2Magnetism- a physical phenomenon produced by the motion of electric charge, resulting in attractive and repulsive forces between objects. Some Facts About Magnets, Magnetism and Magnetic forces•Magnets are objects that produce an area of magnetic force called a magnetic field.•Magnetic fields by themselves are invisible to the human eye.•Iron filings can be used to show magnetic fields created by magnets.•Magnets only attract certain types of metals, other materials such as glass, plastic and wood aren't attracted.•Metals such as iron, nickel and cobalt are attracted to magnets.•Most metals however are not attracted to magnets, these include copper, silver, gold, magnesium, platinum, aluminium and more. They may however magnetize a small amount while placed in a magnetic field.•Magnetism can attract magnetic objects or push them away.•Magnets have a magnetic north pole and a magnetic south pole. If the same pole of two magnets are placed near each other they will push away (repel), while if different poles are placed near each other they will pull together (attract).•Magnetic objects must be inside the magnetic field to respond, which is why you may have to move a magnet closer for it to have an effect.•The Earth's core is believed to be a mix (alloy) of iron and nickel, giving the Earth its own magnetic field.•The Earth's magnetic field is responsible for deflecting the solar wind, charged particles that come from the Sun.•Magnetic compasses use the Earth's magnetic field to help navigate in north, south, east and west directions.•Electromagnets are created by an electric current running through a surrounding coil. They have many uses including the generation of electricity in hydroelectric dams.I Have also learned that many everyday used items and some extroadinary items many people don't know about use magnetism such as the floating Cloud Sofa.Hong Kong-based designers David Koo and Zheng Yawei came up with this astonishing concept design for a couch that we can only dream about for now. Yes, it’s a levitating couch that makes use of magnetic force from the bottom base to stay afloat. And it looks like a cloud. I have learned many things about magnets, magnetism, and magnetism forces.
I learned that magnets are objects that can attract other magnetic objects. It has an invisible force in which can either attract or repel. The north side of a magnet will attract its opposite, the south side, but repel another magnets facing it north. Many metals are magnetic such as iron and nickel. Magnets are a really attractive thing.