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    How to Create a Magnet With a Wire and a Nail

    How to Create a Magnet With a Wire and a Nail. How to make a Magnet with a Wire and Nail. You can create an electromagnet at home that will pick up paper clips or other small objects. You will need a coil of wire, a nail and a battery....

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