Hello! I am trying to understand a few properties of the ferromagnetic powder. I could not get the answers to these questions on the web, since any kind of phrasing i used, popped up search results that related to iron powder or ferromagnetic powder, which are manipulated and shape-shift using solid magnets. On the other hand, i am interested only in the ferromagnetic powder properties, in other words: 1. Does the ferromagnetic powder have a magnetic field of its own, without a solid magnet being in its vicinity? If it does, what field strength should i expect? Would it be detectable? 2. Will a simple non-magnetic metal (that is usually attracted to a solid magnet) be able to attract some ferromagnetic powder on it, if it is dipped in the powder, when there is no solid magnet in its vicinity? 3. If i make a ferromagnetic liquid, by mixing it with some kind of paint (there are many videos that demo this on the web), will a non-magnetic metal of the kind mentioned above, attract that ferromagnetic paint to it? 4. If the answer to the above questions is no (and also if the answer is yes), if i hold a magnet above the ferromagnetic liquid-paint and leave the magnet above that paint spot until it dries, will the dried paint spot then still not have a detectable magnetic field of its own? Any layman and simple scientific answers or links, coupled with pictures and videos, will be more than welcome!! As mentioned above, i could find only answers that relate to the effects taking place in the vicinity of solid magnets, which is not what i am asking about! Thanks a lot!