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    Profits of magnetism Profits of magnetism Presentation Transcript

    • Magnetism
      • Grade 5 Assessed Skills:
      • Explore and describe uses of magnets
      • Identify the poles of a magnet
      • Identify the description of a magnetic field
    • Magnets
      • A magnet will pull some metals towards itself.
      • Metals that contain iron, nickel, and cobalt are magnetic. In other words, a magnet will pull them.
    • We use magnets in many ways! Which of the following items in a home use a magnet? Blender washer dryer Radio can opener dishwasher Refrigerator doorbell compass Click here to find out! ( select kitchen on the left of the screen, close window to return to this presentation ) http://www.fossweb.com/modules3-6/MagnetismandElectricity/index.html
    • Uses of magnets
      • Magnets were first put to use in navigation because they always point north and south.
      • Magnets are used to hold, separate, control, convey and elevate products and to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy or convert mechanical energy into electrical energy.
    • Magnets around the House:
      • Headphones Refrigerator magnets Computer speakers Telephone receivers Phone ringers Microwave tubes Seal around refrigerator door
      • Plug-in battery eliminators Floppy disk recording and reading head Audio tape recording and playback head Video tape recording and playback head Credit card magnetic strip TV deflection coil Computer monitor Computer hard drive Shower curtain weights / attach to tub Power supply transformers
    • Magnets inside of motors:
      • CD and DVD spinner and head positioner
      • Audio and VHS tape transport
      • VHS tape loader Microwave stirring fans
      • Kitchen exhaust fans Garbage disposal motor
      • Sump pump Furnace blower and exhaust   
      • Garage door opener Bathroom exhaust fan
      • Electric toothbrush Ceiling fan
      • Pager or cell phone vibrator
      • Clocks (not the wind-up type or LCD type)
      • Computers    
    • Magnets in your Car:
      • Starter motor
      • A/C clutch
      • Interior fan motor
      • Electric door locks
      • Windshield wiper motor
      • Electric window motor
      • Side-view mirror adjuster motor
      • CD/tape player motor and playback
      • Engine speed sensors
      • Alternator
      • Starter relay
      • Windshield washer pump motor
    • Magnets have Poles
      • Just like the Earth has a North and South Pole, magnets also have two poles.
      • If you take a bar magnet and hang it from a string, the end that points north is the magnets North Pole, and the end that hangs south is the South Pole.
      • This is because the Earth is actually a HUGE magnet itself!
      • Similar magnetic poles repel, while opposite magnetic poles attract.
    • Magnets also have a Magnetic Field
      • Every magnet has a magnetic field around it. It can be thought of as a line of force running from the north end of the magnet to the south end of a magnet.
      • Earth’s magnetic field is what causes the needle of a compass to point north and south.
    •  
    • The following links can help you learn more about magnets:
      • http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/revisewise/science/physical/12_fact. shtml click next after reading the facts to take a quiz!
      • Complete this activity to explore magnetic fields http://www.galaxy.net/~k12/electric/fields.shtml
      • Ten facts about magnets:
      • http://tm.wc.ask.com/r?t=c&s=a&id=30780&sv=za5cb0dc7&uid=2d0b7690bd0b7690b&sid=3d0b7690bd0b7690b&p=%2flinks&o=0&u=http://www.execpc.com/~rhoadley/magbasic.htm