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How to magnetize washers

When atoms in a magnet are aligned in a positive / negative fsahion, it becomes polarized and attracts other negative / positive atoms found in other magnets or metals. The greater the number of aligned atoms, the stronger the magnet. Magnets are useful in construction. Tools like screwdrivers or drills are magnetized to better hold screws or bits. Washers can be made with limited materials at home magnetized become.

Simple magnetism

Place a washer in a vise or hold it in place with pliers. To magnetize multiple washers, use a vise. If you're using a vise, set the Washers flat so that they resemble donuts when viewed from above.

Rub a magnet over the washer or washers in one direction. Make sure there is contact with the washer or washers. The more often you rub the washer or washers with the magnet, the stronger and longer the magnetic field will last.

Insert the washer or washers for construction. The longer the delay, the less magnetism the washer or washers will have.

Creating an electromagnet from a washer

Wrap a washing machine with copper wire. Let about 6 inches hang from the washer and continue to thread around the wire. Wrap the wire around the outside, through the hole and back to the start of the wind. Do this until the washing machine is covered with cords. At the end of the package, leave 6 inches hanging from the washer (it should fit the 6 inches left at the beginning).

Strip the cable ends.

Connect one end to the negative post of a 9 volt battery. Tape it in place with electrical tape. Place the other loose end on the positive side of the battery. Once both wires are in place the circuit should be complete and the washer will magnetize until you break the circuit by disconnecting one of the wires.

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