Definitions for magnet, artificial
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A magnet formed artificially by any method of magnetization (see Magnetism) applicable to permanent magnets, electro-magnets and solenoids. It expresses the distinction from the natural magnets or lodestone, q. v. It is made of steel in practice magnetized by some of the methods described under Magnetization.
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