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Magnetite - What is it?
Science Fairs and Magnetite
Magnetite is a unique material
|Magnetism - Uses and harms.||
What is magnetism?
Where is it found?
What are its uses?
What are its harm?
|What are the explored uses for magnetism? |
Are there unexplored uses for magnetism?
Could there be unknown uses for magnetism?
Demonstrate the invisible power of magnetite.
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PICTURES AND PRICES BELOW.
Order your magnetite for MEOW Kettles here.
About 5 pound of black magnetite for $16.00 plus $5.95 shipping.
About 5 pounds can be shipped in the small "if it fits, it ships" box.
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This is a picture of the effect of invisible magnetic energy of a small radio speaker magnet and a small circular magnet by its side upon magnetite grains.
This is a picture of a small round magnet and its effect on fine grains of magnetite.
This picture illustrated what a amall horse shoe magnet and a small round magnet will affect magnetite.
This picture shows the effect of a single horse shoe magnet on magnetite
Name: Magnetite is a natural magnet, hence the name.
Chemical Formula: Fe3O4, Iron Oxide.
Notable Occurrences: South Africa, Germany, Russia and many USA localities.
Uses: Major ore of iron and as mineral specimens.
Source: Gold panning activities. (See below for details)
The magnetite offered for sale comes from my prospecting (gold panning) trips in the Portland, OR area.
Fluorescent rocksFluorescent rocks and other materials.
Some rocks will glow with a different color when placed under an ultraviolet light.
This can be a very interesting display with just a little work.
Have fun searching you home for other items that fluoresce under the ultraviolet light.
Amaze others with other items you can find in the average home.
Research the uses for this unusual scientific oddity.
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