Magnets are made from magnetic materials, or metals that are attracted to a magnet and can be magnetized. They come from metal elements or alloys. Magnets are capable of producing magnetic fields, and they attract metals... More »

Magnets are made of ferromagnetic materials that have been magnetized. Ferromagnetic materials include nickel, iron, rare earth elements and naturally occurring minerals such as lodestone. More »

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A magnet is made of any of a group of metals called ferromagnetic metals. Ferromagnetic metals contain many small magnetic fields called domains. In their natural state, the magnetic fields of these domains point in diff... More »

Using an existing magnet, you can magnetize everyday household items that contain iron, cobalt or nickel, which are metals that exhibit the property of ferromagnetism. Ferromagnetism is a subatomic property of some metal... More »

A magnet is made of any of a group of metals called ferromagnetic metals. Ferromagnetic metals contain many small magnetic fields called domains. In their natural state, the magnetic fields of these domains point in diff... More »

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 »

Permanently magnetize metal using a simple circuit touch process that includes rubbing a magnet several times on a piece of metal. It only takes a few minutes. You need four pieces of iron or steel bars, soft iron, and a... More »