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Surface Magnetism Field

Surface Magnetism Field Surface magnetism refers to the magnetic induction intensity at a certain point on the surface of the magnet, and the unit is Gauss Gs or Tesla T (1T=10000Gs). The surface magnetism at different positions on the surface of the magnet is not the same. Generally speaking, "surface magnetism" refers to the center [...]

Magnetic Moment

Magnetic Moment The generation of the magnetic field can be divided into two aspects: one is based on the moving current (electromagnetic induction), and the other is based on the spin of the basic particles of matter. The first is the magnetic effect of current that we are more familiar with, which is the magnetic [...]

Magnet Myths

Magnet Myths Every time you use a computer, you're using magnets. If your home has a doorbell, it probably uses an electromagnet to drive a noisemaker. Magnets are also vital components in CRT televisions, speakers, microphones, generators, transformers, electric motors, burglar alarms, cassette tapes, compasses and car speedometers. In addition to their practical uses, magnets [...]

Why Magnets Stick

Why Magnets Stick If you've read How Electromagnets Work, you know that an electrical current moving through a wire creates a magnetic field. Moving electrical charges are responsible for the magnetic field in permanent magnets as well. But a magnet's field doesn't come from a large current traveling through a wire — it comes from [...]


What is the MAGNETIC MOMENT The magnetic moments is a property that we use to verify the quality of our magnets. It is a way to measure the strength of a magnet and is widely used throughout the industry. Moreover, it is an easy, quick, and repeatable measurement. The magnet grade and magnet volume define [...]

Factors Affecting Magnetic Force of Permanent Magnets

Factors Affecting Magnetic Force of Permanent Magnets Many customers who came to inquire about the magnet’s attraction asked the most about how many Gauss can attract, or send a specification to ask how much it can attract. This is introduced in previous articles. If you are interested, you can click to understand. Today’s main Let’s [...]

Working Principle of Magnetic Beads

Working Principle of Magnetic Beads The main raw material of the magnetic beads is ferrite. The ferrite is a cubic ferromagnetic material with a cubic lattice structure. The ferrite material is iron-magnesium alloy or iron-nickel alloy. Its manufacturing process and mechanical properties are similar to those of ceramics. The color is grayish black. One type [...]

What Is a Magnetometer?

What Is a Magnetometer? Learn the basics of magnetometers, including their relation to hysteresis curves and their applications. Magnetometers are devices that can measure the magnitude or direction of a magnetic field. They are present almost everywhere in electronics. They may be as simple as the one that your smartphone uses to detect whether it [...]

Magnetic Measurements

Magnetic Measurements For measuring of the fundamental magnetic properties of a material (Br, bHc, iHc, BHmax, demagnetisation curve), Hysteresisgraph or BH-tracker is used. A BH-tracker consists of an iron (usually FeCo) yoke to form a closed circuit, electromagnets to create the demagnetizing field and fluxmeters to determine the demagnetizing field and the materials response. [...]

Researchers discover ‘superatoms’ with magnetic shells

Researchers discover 'superatoms' with magnetic shells, magnetic superatoms, magnetic moment, magnetic character, magnesium A team of Virginia Commonwealth University scientists has discovered a new class of 'superatoms' – a stable cluster of atoms that can mimic different elements of the periodic table – with unusual magnetic characteristics. The superatom contains magnetized magnesium atoms, an element traditionally considered as non-magnetic. [...]

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