which of the following does not interact with magnetic fields, magnets,steel, paper or electric motor?

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  • Jack
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    1 decade ago
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    Actually paper does interact with magnetic fields. It "hinders" the magnetic field. I am referring to the ease with which the magnetic flux can pass through a substance. Everything has a such a value. It is comparable to the dielectric constant in capacitors. Metals pass magnetic fields fairly readily though there is some difference even between the metals.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    some reliable solutions right here between some obtuse or maybe incorrect ones. particular to the precise wording of the question: the electric powered field is going out from the can charge, and does not loop back upon itself. even as the magnetic field itself is created through shifting electric powered can charge (yet not the static electric powered field created through a table sure can charge!), and continually loops back upon itself. This latter property is represented as one in all Maxwell's/Heavisides' Equations. The equation in question states that the divergence of a magnetic field is an identical as 0. This describes our modern-day information that the magnetic field or lines do not originate from a factor can charge, compared to an electric powered field. And that, back, the magnetic field itself has no line ends, because the lines (or field) continually sorts a continuous loop back upon itself.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Paper.

    Rocks don't either. Stainless steel scissors don't either. So make sure what scissors you have when playing rock, paper, scissors in the presence of a strong magnetic field from an electric motor.

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  • 1 decade ago

    All matter interacts with magnetic fields. Some, such as iron and cobalt, interact more than, say, air. Aluminum is paramagnetic. Instead of attraction to a magnetic field, it is repelled, even if it is to a small degree.

    Paper will have the least interaction with magnetic fields.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Paper

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  • 1 decade ago

    Paper, it's not conductive to electric current, or magnetic fields

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  • 1 decade ago

    paper

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