Why don't you try to experiment with a magnet (or magnets) that are at
different temperatures. You could put one in the freezer or fridge and one
near a heater (but don't get burned) or in the sun and experiment.
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On Wed, 12 Feb 2003 JAMSRANCH@aol.com wrote:
> Why does the temperature of a magnet effect it pull, or flux density? Does a
> magnet have less or more pull when hot or cold?
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