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6 August, 19:04

How would you describe the interaction between opposite (N-S or S-N) magnetic pols?

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  1. 6 August, 19:13
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    every magnet you interact with on a daily basis has two poles: a north and a south pole. Fridge magnets are permanent ferromagnets, and their magnetic field is generated by the alignment of their internal magnetic domains. A magnet sticks to a fridge not because the "fridge's pole" is opposite in sign to the "magnet pole" - the magnet always has two poles - but rather because the magnetic domains in the iron/steel of the fridge door align with the magnet field created by the permanent magnet, creating a 'new magnet" on the region it touches on the fridge. Both the north and south pole of a magnet will stick to a fridge, as well the side of the magnet containing both north and south poles.
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