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Magnatism the Things We THINK We Know About ItBy Austin D Ritchie Magnatism is a wonderous natural phenomanon Since days beforescientificdiscoveries were even written down the world has been playing with the theories ofmagnatism In these three labs we delt with some of the same ideas which have ponderedover for long before any of us were around In these conclusions we will take a look atthese ideas and find out what exactly we have learned To understand the results of the lab we must first go over the factsaboutmagnatism on the atomic level that we have discovered The way magnatism works isthis magnatism is all based on the simple principle of electrons and there behavior Electrons move around the atom in a specific path As they do this they are also rotatingon there own axis This movement causes an attraction or repultion from the electronsthat are unpaird They are moving in two directions though causing a negative andpositive charge In the case of magnatism though we find that these elements have a lotof unpaired electrons in the case of iron Fe there are four What happens then in thecase of a natural magnet the unpaired electrons line up or the magnet in a specificmannor That is all the atoms with unpaired electrons moving in a direction whichcauses a certain charge are lined up on one side and all the atoms with the oppositecharge move to the other side The atoms then start to cancel each other out as theyapproach the center of the magnet This all happens at the currie point where theseatoms are free to move and then when cooled and the metel becomes solid the atoms canno longer move barely causing a permanent magnet as in the diagram on thenextpage This same principle can be applied to a piece of metal that has been sitting nexttoa magnatized piece of metel in that over the long time they are togather the very slowmoving
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