Can We Separate Two Magnet Poles

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  • Magnets Theschoolrun

    Magnets have two poles, a north pole and a south pole. The north pole of one magnet will repel and push away the north pole of another magnet. The south pole will repel another south pole. North and south poles are attracted to each other. A magnetic field flows ...

  • Magnets Physics Lumen Learning

    If we continue to split the magnet, we will eventually get down to an iron atom with a north pole and a south polethese, too, cannot be separated. The fact that magnetic poles always occur in pairs of north and south is true from the very large scalefor example, sunspots always occur in pairs that are north and south magnetic polesall the way down to the very small scale.

  • Magnet Wikipedia

    The magnet does not have distinct north or south particles on opposing sides. If a bar magnet is broken into two pieces, in an attempt to separate the north and south poles, the result will be two bar magnets, each of which has both a north and south pole.

  • Removable Access Panel

    We found a couple pieces of square plywood laying around for a test. They all weighed around 4 oz. For an access panel, we want the weakest magnet that will still hold it in place. We tried three different magnets, D11-N52, D21, and D31, gluing four of each one per corner on each piece of plywood. ...

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