Scientists at Cleveland State University say that to understand the standard of a magnet, we have to imagine magnets at large. Magnetism, that is, the property of any magnets is formed by the formation of atoms in its shape, and the measures of these atomic classes are due to charging the particles.
Generally, this is due to electrons is found in different directions in the magnetic field, although all the square measure are aligned in the same direction
So a pure magnetic field is produced entirely from a magnet. Every electron generates a magnetic field, but when they all come in the same line then a net magnetic field is produced. Otherwise, because of the electrons found in our body, we could stick anywhere.
At present, our physics has two types of explanations for understanding magnetism, from which it suggests why magnetic fields are aligned in the same direction, they are classical physics and quantum physics.
According to classical theory, the magnetic field is produced because magnetic particles spread around them because their energy pulls or pulls other magnetic objects. But according to Quantum, it is believed that electrons cannot be detected because they are virtual particles. However, these two principles help scientists to understand how the magnets behave in almost every circumstance. But still, two important aspects of magnetism are unclear why the magnet always has two poles in the north and south, and why the particle produces a magnetic field in its first place.