The magnetic field created by a magnet acts at a distance, and can be observed using an array of compasses. The field is quite uniform between the two poles of the magnet.
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A magnet is made of hard magnetic material that attracts ferromagnetic materials (iron, nickel…). It has two opposite poles, called the north and the south, which generate the magnetic field. This…
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