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Rejuvenate a weakened magnet by rubbing it against a stronger, more powerful magnet for a few minutes. The stronger magnet partially realigns the electrons of the weaker magnet and restores it to at least some level of i... More »

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A weak magnet becomes stronger when it is rubbed with a strong magnet for several minutes. The strong magnet must be rubbed in only one direction. This procedure does not weaken the stronger magnet. More »

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The pole strength of each piece when a bar magnet is cut into two equal halves perpendicular to its length is the same as the pole strength of the original bar magnet. However, the magnetic moment of each piece is half t... More »

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