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23 June, 12:40

11. If a bar magnet's neutral region is broken in two, what will most likely occur?

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  1. 23 June, 14:39
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    When the neutral region of a bar magnet is broken into two, the broken two parts of the magnet becomes a whole magnet in itself, that is from one magnet, two new magnets are formed.

    Explanation:

    The neutral region exists in the mid of the magnet as the magnet is only polarized at the end on whole. Thereby the broken pieces on its ends acquires the polarity on the two end sides.

    This occurs in both the broken parts. With the acquirement of the polarity, one side becomes the North Pole and the other side becomes the South pole. Therefore, the broken bar magnets becomes a magnet in itself.
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