Q. Why do magnets only attract to iron? Why not any other metal?

Why do magnets only attract to iron? Why not any other metal?

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  • jackbacha2

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  • vivaan

    Magnets attract iron due to the influence of their magnetic
    Field upon the iron.
    Before a piece of iron enters the magnetic field of a magnet, the polarization of the irons atoms is random.
    When exposed to the magnetic field, the atoms begin to align their electrons with the flow of the magnetic field, which makes the iron magnetized as well.
    This, in turn, creates an attraction between the two magnetized objects.
    This is why a piece of iron that is exposed to a magnet becomes magnetic for some time afterwards.
    However, this effect cannot be seen in.
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