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If blood has iron content, why does it not get attracted by a magnet?

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posted Jan 30 by Eshani

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Iron in the blood is not in its metallic state, but is contained in hemoglobin, which is diamagnetic.

answer Jan 31 by Vrije Mani Upadhyay
I am weak in science please explain in simpler way.
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The iron content is not that high as to be attracted by the magnet. Also, the iron is not in free state but in the form of haemoglobin.

answer Mar 3 by Hari Sundar
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