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2015-06-05T22:20:54+05:30
Steel is attracted by a magnet because it contains iron, while blood and flesh are not attracted by one (mineral iron is negligible). Therefore, when a magnet is brought near a wound with steel splinters, the splinters stick to the magnet.
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2015-06-06T16:06:10+05:30
Doctors use magnet to remove splinters of steel from the wound because steel contains iron which is attracted by a magnet.
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