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    science of magnets

    We know if you slice a bar magnet into say 4 slices, each slice would its own horth and south pole.
    Can you restack these slices to form what would look like the original, with one horth pole and one south pole?.

    +1  Views: 405 Answers: 1 Posted: 13 years ago

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    Hard to say, the reason it is a magnet is that all the molecules are aligned in a straight line.
    If you put too much force ie: hit with a hammer in some,not all, cases the molecules would become dislodged from their north south alignment and become random ie: facing every which way and it would no longer be a magnet.

    Frank DePass

    yes...but that is not slicing it and then restacking the slices


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