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  1. #1 Do magnetized electrons behave like magnets? 
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    Hi everyone.
    Say you have two free electrons. One electron is in the presence of a piece of metal magnetized N, and the other is in the presence of a piece of metal magnetized S. When you bring them together, do they attract, like a normal bar magnet?

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    Electrons can not be magnetized.

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