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CAN THERE BE A MAGNET WITH (a) 2 SIMILAR POLES? (b) 3POLES? [NORTH SOUTH NORTH; OR SOUTH NORTH SOUTH] EXPLAIN!!

CAN THERE BE A MAGNET WITH (a) 2 SIMILAR POLES?
                                                            (b) 3POLES? [NORTH SOUTH NORTH; OR SOUTH NORTH SOUTH]
   EXPLAIN!! 

Grade:11

1 Answers

Apoorva Arora IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 181 Points
7 years ago
No, every magnet is an inbuilt two pole system. It will have one north pole and one south pole. If we break the magnet into two, the two pieces become individual magnets having their own north and south poles.Thanks and Regards, Apoorva Arora, IIT Roorkee, askIITians Faculty

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