The 100mm (4") long ferrite bar magnet can be used for standard physics lab experiments in understanding the nature of magnetic fields; only $0.80.
See our blog on Magnet Experiments for Kids for more information and ideas.
If you need bar shaped magnets with greater holding or repelling force, see: neodymium magnet blocks.
Watch this video of the magnaprobe in action that shows how to identify a magnetic field around a bar magnet.
Two 100x20x7mm bar magnets were placed in contact with opposing poles (N:N). They were released and the distance caused by the repulsive force was measured.
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Forty paper clips were placed in a 500ml beaker. A single 100x20x7mm ferrite bar magnet was dipped into the beaker to pick up as many paper clips as possible.
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