draw different types of artificial magnet ?

 Here are some of the common types available for performing your experiments.

mgnibdk2.jpg (3810 bytes) This is a small disk NIB magnet, about 0.50" diameter, 0.125" thick.
Arbor P8-1123, Scientifics Online 35-105, AS&S , EdIn

mgnibdk3.jpg (3483 bytes) This is a very small disk NIB magnet, about 3/16" diameter, 1/32" thick, used for magnetic earrings.
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mgnibdk1.jpg (3707 bytes) This is a larger disk NIB magnet, about 1" diameter, 0.25" thick.
Arbor , Scientifics Online 35-107, AS&S , EdIn

mgfrdo1.jpg (3773 bytes) This is a small donut or ring ceramic magnet, about 1.25" OD, 0.375" ID, 0.125" thick.
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mgfrdo2.jpg (3048 bytes) This is a large donut or ring ceramic magnet, about 2.75" OD, 1.125" ID, 0.50" thick.  These have a lot of pull!
Arbor , Scientifics Online 37-621, AS&S , EdIn

mgkidney.jpg (4027 bytes) This is a kidney shaped NIB magnet, about 7/8" by 0.50", 0.10" thick.
Arbor , Scientifics Online , AS&S 29079, EdIn M-150

mgtrap.jpg (4433 bytes) This is a trapezoidal shaped NIB magnet, about 1.25" by 0.75", 0.375" thick.  These are very powerful!
Arbor , Scientifics Online , AS & S , EdIn  M-100

mgmarb.jpg (3683 bytes) These are several marble magnets, each about 0.5" diameter.
Arbor P8-1122, Scientifics Online 34-968, AS&S , EdIn M-620

mgwnd.jpg (3156 bytes) This is a wand ceramic magnet.  They are quite strong, great for experimenting .
Arbor P8-1165, Scientifics Online , AS&S , EdIn M-510

mgcow1.jpg (4516 bytes) This is a real alnico cow magnet.
Arbor , Scientifics Online 31-101, AS&S , EdIn M-400

mgcow2.jpg (3689 bytes) mgcow3.jpg (3543 bytes) These are an assembled cow magnet.
Arbor , Scientifics Online 52-490, AS&S , EdIn M-450

mgalhor.jpg (4278 bytes) This is an alnico horseshoe magnet.  Please note the keeper on the end of the magnet, which helps to prevent the magnet from becoming demagnetized.
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mgbar.jpg (3381 bytes) This is a long, narrow alnico bar magnet.
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mgcrdk1.jpg (3218 bytes) This is a slightly flexible ceramic or ferrite disk magnet.  Not very strong, but not likely to chip, either.
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mgfrbr1.jpg (3770 bytes) This is a ferrite bar magnet.  Quite strong.
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mgfrbr2.jpg (3730 bytes) This is another ferrite bar magnet, actually, more like a block or brick!  On both of these ferrite magnets, you can see little chips missing along the edges.  This happens when they are allowed to come together quickly.
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 This is a string of 100 spherical magnets that stick to each other.  These are a lot of fun to play with - just not good for small children.  You can make a necklace, bracelet, ring, coils - all sorts of shapes.  These are 1/4" in diameter, and have a black nickel finish.  They were from K & J Magnetics, and cost about $60.

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bar magnet horseshoe magnet

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bar magnet,horseshoe magnet,ring magnet,disc magnet

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Ball ended magnet
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These are some examples of artificial magnets.

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these are some artificial  magnet

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Bar magnet, horseshoe magnet,
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bar magnet
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These are the different types of artificial magnets( in the pic.).

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Bar magnet, horseshoe magnet,
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The different artificial magnets are:
1. Horseshoe magnet
2. Ring 
3. Cylindrical
4. Bar magnet
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Hello an artificialmagnet is a .magnet made artificiay
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BAR MAGNET

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