Subject: Will applying high voltage to a permanent magnet change the strength?
Date: Thu Sep 23 01:13:44 2004
Posted by Sam
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
City: No city entered. State/Province: Minnesota
Area of science: Physics
There seems to be some anecdotes about putting high voltage electrodes on the
poles of a permanent magnet to change or completely flip the field. Some stories
say the effect is extremely temporary, others that it's a permanent change. Will
this actually work?
Re: Will applying high voltage to a permanent magnet change the strength?
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