What Happens, When A Magnetic Substance Is Heated? (A) Remains The Same. (B) It Loses Its Magnetism. (C) It Becomes A Strong Magnet. (D) It Does Not Affect The Magnetism.

The correct answer is (B) It Loses Its Magnetism.

When a magnetic substance is heated, it loses its magnetic property, because all the atomic magnet becomes randomly oriented due to heat.

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