Does Temperature Affect the Strength of a Magnet?
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Hypothesis

Does Temperature Affect the Strength of a Magnet?

Abstract

Magnetism is the force where objects are attracted or repelled to one another at different strengths. My experiment is about whether or not magnets are affected by temperature. What I wanted to know was whether temperature Affects the strength.

Tedra Kay Spencer

Hypothesis

How the temperature of a magnet will affect the attraction between it and different types of metals.

Conclusion

My experiment happened to show that magnets are affected by temperature. When a magnet is both heated and cooled, it makes it slightly weaker. Because my experience showed this, my hypothesis was supported.

Results:

My results tell me that overall temperature does affect the strength of a magnet slightly.

  • Materials

  • Magnets (same size&strength)

  • Freezer

  • Hair Dryer

  • Timer

  • Ruler

  • Paper

  • Paper clip

  • Nail

  • Shelf holder thingy

Methods

Basically what I did was I tested the strength of a room temperature magnet, a cool magnet, and a warm magnet. I did this by measuring the distance between the magnet and the object when they started to draw closer together.


Hypothesis

Conclusion

My experiment happened to show that magnets are affected by temperature. When a magnet is both heated and cooled, it makes it slightly weaker. Because my experience showed this, my hypothesis was supported.

Does Temperature Affect the Strength of a Magnet?

Hypothesis

How the temperature of a magnet will affect the attraction between it and different types of metals.

Methods

Basically what I did was I tested the strength of a room temperature magnet, a cool magnet, and a warm magnet. I did this by measuring the distance between the magnet and the object when they started to draw closer together.

Results:

My results tell me that overall temperature does affect the strength of a magnet slightly.

  • Materials

  • Magnets (same size&strength)

  • Freezer

  • Hair Dryer

  • Timer

  • Ruler

  • Paper

  • Paper clip

  • Nail

  • Shelf holder thingy

Abstract

Magnetism is the force where objects are attracted or repelled to one another at different strengths. My experiment is about whether or not magnets are affected by temperature. What I wanted to know was whether temperature Affects the strength.


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