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13. Fun with magnets

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Notes 13. Fun with magnets - page 1 | Class 6 Science - Toppers Study


Chapter-13

1. Magnetic material: The materials which get attracted towards a magnet are magnetic – for example, iron, nickel or cobalt.

2. Non-magnetic material: The materials which are not attracted towards a magnet are non-magnetic.

3. Natural magnet: magnetite.

4. Magnet: The substances having the property of attracting iron are now known as magnets.

5. Poles of magnet: There are two ends of magnet are called its poles.

Poles are there in magnet: There are two poles.

  1. North pole
  2. South pole

5.Artificial magnets: The magnets are made from iron piece are known as artificial magnets.

6. Type of magnets: There are two types of magnets.

  1. Natural magnets
  2. Artificial magnets

7. Artificial magnets according to shape: Artificial magnets according to shape:-

(1)     Bar magnet

(2)       horse-shoe magnet

(3)       Cylindrical magnet

(4)        ball-ended magnet

8. Properties of magnet: Properties of magnet:-

  1. It attracts magnetic material like iron, nickel, and cobalt.
  2. Opposite poles of two magnets attract each other whereas similar poles repel one another.

9. Poles of a bar magnet located: The poles of a bar magnet are located at its two ends.

10. Bar magnet: First of all we would hang the bar magnet to tie with a thread at its.

11. Iron strip: Iron strip is rubbed by one end of magnet for 30 to 40 times after that it makes into a magnet.

12. Compass used to find directions: There are two ends in each magnetic needle are usually pained in a different colour. Its needle indicates the north-south direction when it comes to rest. The compass is then rotated until the north and south marked on the dial are at the two ends of the needle.

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