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  • 1. Ch. 1 Sec. 2 Inside a Magnet
  • 2. atom smallest particle of an element that has properties of that element
  • 3. parts of an atom central core of atom positive charge negative charge- creates magnetism no electric charge
  • 4. element 1 of about 100 basic materials that make up matter
  • 5. magnetic domain cluster of billions of atoms that all have magnetic fields lined up in same way in magnetized material all or most of domains - arranged in same direction
  • 6. ferromagnetic material material that shows strong magnetic effects common examples: iron, nickel, cobalt
  • 7. Making Magnets made from ferromagnetic material temporary magnet = easy to magnetize - loses magnetism quickly permanent magnet = keeps its magnetism
  • 8. Making a temporary magnet I predict that my temporary magnet (aka the nail) will pick up ________ paper clips.
  • 9. causes magnetic domains to become randomly arranged ways to destroy a magnet drop it strike it hard heat it
  • 10. Review Time
  • 11. atom smallest particle of an element that has properties of that element
  • 12. parts of an atom central core of atom positive charge negative charge- creates magnetism no electric charge
  • 13. element 1 of about 100 basic materials that make up matter
  • 14. Making Magnets made from ferromagnetic material temporary magnet = easy to magnetize - loses magnetism quickly permanent magnet = keeps its magnetism
  • 15. ferromagnetic material material that shows strong magnetic effects common examples: iron, nickel, cobalt
  • 16. magnetic domain cluster of billions of atoms that all have magnetic fields lined up in same way in magnetized material all or most of domains - arranged in same direction