Magnetic attraction is the unifying force of atomic magnetic fields
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the magnetic field is a radiation of Waves magnetic force (magnetic force waves).Author Juan Carlos Aviles Moran.
Magnetism is produced by Waves of magnetic force (magnetic force waves) .Author Juan Carlos Aviles Moran.
The atoms in the magnet add their magnetic fields and thus enhance overall is causing an exponential growth that produces a chain reaction and this releases energy in waves of magnetic force thus creating the magnetic field . Author Juan Carlos Aviles Moran.
magnetic attraction is the unifying force of atomic magnetic fields. Author Juan Carlos Aviles Moran
Compression between Waves of magnetic force same polarity is "magnetic repellency".Author Juan Carlos Aviles Moran.
Connection and Annexation Waves of magnetic force different polarity is "magnetic attraction" .Author Juan Carlos Aviles Moran.
magnetic repellency is the compression and extension of the magnetic field to resulting of confronting magnetic fields to the same polarity what looking back to the original form . Author Juan Carlos Aviles Moran (student Magnetología Magnetology).
Magnetic attraction is the connection and annexation of individual magnetic fields produced by magnetic fillets (set of molecular magnets, neatly arranged, the molecular magnets are grouped one after another in rows that are called magnetic fillets due to reorganization of the elementary magnets) thus creating a force field of positive (+ adds magnetic fields) that will attract and join the magnetic fields of different polarity Author Juan Carlos Aviles Moran (student Magnetología Magnetology)
Magnetic attraction definition -magnets attract magnetic fields because the lines of force connect with other lines of force of magnets of different polarity "Conection" the magnets is the connection lines of force traveling in space-time to join other lines of force of different polarity attract the magnet to create a single magnetic field and so aligned with the other magnet magnetic fillets (align and order the molecular magnets) and close or balance the magnetic field. Author Juan Carlos Aviles Moran (student Magnetología Magnetology).