Magnets & Electrical Equuipment

A Magnet !

A magnet, any solid material capable of creating a strong magnetic field within itself, and drawing iron in the process. In the early 19th century, all the known natural elements and most of the compounds that had been discovered to have a magnetic property were tested for magnetism. All were found to possess some magnetic property, although none was as strong as that found in iron. Thus, the first known use of magnets was to create an iron compass.


A compass is a device which helps you find your way around a map. It helps you navigate by pointing the compass needle in one direction. While it is not completely accurate, a compass is still useful because it helps you figure out how to get from point A to point B. For this same reason, a compass can also be used to help you find your way around the world.

A compass can also be used to tell you where the North Pole lies or how to find your way to the South Pole. The magnet works much the same way. With magnets, you can determine what direction the North Pole is pointing or how to get from one point on Earth to another. This is a very important function, and it is the one area where a magnet and a compass are very different.

The purpose of a magnet is to create a magnetic field, which then draws in iron in order to make it more magnetized. A magnet is usually designed to have a strong magnetic field, so that it attracts iron. A magnetic field is created by several different types of magnets. There are magnets which are magnetized by a strong electric field, which is known as an active magnet, and there are magnets which magnetize by gravity, which are called passive magnets. A magnetic field is created when the iron in a magnet is attracted to a strong magnetic force such as an electric current.

The two other kinds of magnets that create a magnetic force on the earth’s crust are the north and south poles of a magnet. These poles are also magnetic forces but are opposite to each other in strength. When a magnet attracts iron, the other magnet is repulsed.

When a magnet is drawn towards a magnetized body of water, the magnet produces a magnetic force which pulls the water toward the magnet. The attraction and repulsion of water create a strong magnetic force which draws the magnet back into its resting place.

A magnet attracts iron in such a way that the magnet attracts iron in a specific direction or moves it in a specific direction. To describe it another way, a magnet attracts iron if it magnetized at an angle. The magnet will continue to attract iron in a specific direction until it is repelled, and then it will move in the opposite direction and then repulse the magnet.

It is this motion that creates the magnetic force needed to draw iron into a magnetized object. Therefore, magnets are used to draw iron into a magnetized body of water. Another use for a magnet is in the production of high-powered electric motors which have to spin in a magnetic field, such as in generators, to spin magnets in an engine, so that electricity is produced.

To create a magnetic force, a magnet is drawn into a magnetic field, and as it goes into the field, the magnet attracts more iron, and the magnet is pulled out of the field. The stronger the magnetic force, the more iron is pulled into the magnet.

The magnetic force the magnet attracts can be very strong or very weak. Strong magnets have stronger magnetic fields, and as they pull in iron, they cause the iron to pull back into the magnetic field and the stronger the magnetic force the magnetic field, the more iron it pulls into the magnet. So the magnet pulls in iron more than it pulls away from the magnet.

So a magnet creates a magnetic force, which attracts iron, and pulls iron into a magnet, and the stronger the magnetic field the stronger the magnet attracts iron. This is the basic physics of a magnet. In order to use a magnet in your everyday life, you must have a magnet, and a strong magnetic field around you in order to draw iron into a magnetized object.