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PostSubject: Silver and gold reacts with strong magnet   Sun Sep 04, 2011 3:27 am

Hello everyone

I think I found something interesting about silver, gold and magnet. For my opinion, both of them also react with strong magnets. I can’t explain it very well but for me, it blocks or cut its magnetic field (not like coins with other metal contents). What I did was, I dropped a silver coin (face first) on to a big and super strong magnet, and the impact was gone. Then the next thing I did was, I assembled 2 strong magnets together (face to face) and by swiping the silver coin in between the two magnets, both reacts with each other. Same result with gold coins. It’s like cutting something. The purer, the stronger the force is. I’ve already tested many kinds of coins with different contents and the result is only silver and gold reacts like that (if I’m not mistaken there is a very slight reaction with copper). I think this information will help you determine if the coin is made out of silver or not. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Silver and gold reacts with strong magnet   Sun Sep 04, 2011 12:03 pm

that is very interesting. i've read online about silver reacting to rare earth magnets but can't really try it out since i don't have any of those strong magnets
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PostSubject: Re: Silver and gold reacts with strong magnet   Sun Sep 04, 2011 6:33 pm

rrc_rei wrote:
Hello everyone

I think I found something interesting about silver, gold and magnet. For my opinion, both of them also react with strong magnets. I can’t explain it very well but for me, it blocks or cut its magnetic field (not like coins with other metal contents). What I did was, I dropped a silver coin (face first) on to a big and super strong magnet, and the impact was gone. Then the next thing I did was, I assembled 2 strong magnets together (face to face) and by swiping the silver coin in between the two magnets, both reacts with each other. Same result with gold coins. It’s like cutting something. The purer, the stronger the force is. I’ve already tested many kinds of coins with different contents and the result is only silver and gold reacts like that (if I’m not mistaken there is a very slight reaction with copper). I think this information will help you determine if the coin is made out of silver or not. Very Happy

hello boss, kayo po ba yung nagimbento ng silver/gold detector na binebenta sa ebay philippines?
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PostSubject: Re: Silver and gold reacts with strong magnet   Sun Sep 04, 2011 11:35 pm

yes, ako nga yun sir. Ilan ilan nalang din natira.
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PostSubject: Re: Silver and gold reacts with strong magnet   Sun Sep 18, 2011 4:14 am

rrc_rei wrote:
yes, ako nga yun sir. Ilan ilan nalang din natira.

would it be possible for you to demo it on one of the auctions held in metro manila?

baka may bumili ng natitira pa or pondohan ka to make more.
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PostSubject: Re: Silver and gold reacts with strong magnet   Sun Sep 18, 2011 9:17 pm

Tarlac pa kasi location ko, kaya medyo impossible makapunta sa auctions. The problem is hirap makakuha ng ganung magnet. Limited lang sya kung nakakabili ako.
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