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  • Magnetic Properties of Materials Detailed Explanation

Magnetic Properties of Materials: Detailed Explanation

Magnetic Properties of Materials: Detailed Explanation According to Ampere’s law, when current flows through a wire or solenoid then magnetic field is produced around it. The magnetism produced by an atom can be due to 2 types of motion of electrons; spin and orbital motion. The net magnetic field created by the electrons in an [...]

  • Magnetisation and Laws of Magnetism

Magnetisation and Laws of Magnetism

Magnetisation and Laws of Magnetism The magnetisation of a material is done by electric current and there are various laws of magnetism to explain. The magnetisation of a material is done by electric current. A material is first magnetised after the magnetic materials are transformed into the required shapes, sizes and designs. Then they can [...]

  • Magnets in Vedas

Magnets in Vedas

Magnets in Vedas The ancient Atharva Veda has the reference of some magnet like materials in the treatment of various diseases. Magnet is said to have very ancient origin and its properties were known to the very ancient Aryans. They have the belief that the magnet, besides having the power of attracting iron, was also [...]

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  • Brief Introduction Of Ferrite Core

Brief Introduction Of Ferrite Core

Brief Introduction Of Ferrite Core Ferrite core is mainly composed of iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), and zinc (Zn) three metal elements, commonly known as manganese-zinc ferrite. Because the annular ferrite core has no air gap and the cross section area is uniform, the magnetic effect is very high. Ferrite rings have a wide range of [...]

  • Magnetism as an Energy Source Understanding Magnetic Force

Magnetism as an Energy Source

Magnetism as an Energy Source: Understanding Magnetic Force This article will discuss magnetic fields and electromagnetism. An invisible force occurs between two magnets when they are brought close to each other. This force may be an attraction force that pulls the magnets together or a repulsion force that pushes them apart. See Figure 1. Magnetic [...]

  • Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector

Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector

Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector An Electric Current Produces A Magnetic Field. You Can Take Advantage Of The Fact To Generate A Simple Apparatus To Check The Electrical Conductivity Of Different Materials, Including Both Solids And Fluids. The Detector Is Composed Of A Coil Of Cable, Using A Magnetic Compass Within It. [...]

  • Magnetic Thumb Tacks for Kitchen, Refrigerator, Office, School

Magnetic Thumb Tacks for Kitchen, Refrigerator, Office, School

Metal Magnetic Push Pin Magnet, Push Pin Magnet, Fridge Magnet Magnetic Thumb Tacks for Kitchen, Refrigerator, Office, school, Whiteboard, Brushed Nickel About this item. Surprising Magnetism: Small but powerful. Can hold up to 20+ piece of paper at one time with just one tiny magnet. The surprising magnetism make even possible to use them in [...]

  • Magnet Common Sense

Magnet Common Sense

Magnet Common Sense As we all know, magnets are very useful in our daily life. To let those who are new to the world of magnets have a better understanding of them, in this article, we’ll introduce some common sense of magnets. A Brief History of Magnets The ancient Greeks and Chinese discovered a naturally [...]

  • Magnetization Dynamics

Magnetization Dynamics

Magnetization Dynamics 1 Introduction Magnetization dynamics, where one investigates the time-dependent motion of the magnetization rather than its equilibrium behavior, are fundamental to the properties of magnetic materials. It is worthwhile remembering that the concept of spin waves was introduced by Bloch  in 1930 in order to calculate the magnetic contribution to the specific heat [...]

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The Basics of Magnetism

The Basics of Magnetism To understand what makes a material magnetic, you have to think small. Really small. Like atom small. Atoms are the basic building blocks that come together to form molecules, which come together for form, well, just about everything around you! Inside every atom there are protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons have [...]

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  • MPCO Can Test the Angular Direction (ϕ, θ) of Magnetization!

MPCO Can Test the Angular Direction (ϕ, θ) of Magnetization!

MPCO Can Test the Angular Direction (ϕ, θ) of Magnetization! How well do you need to know your magnets? Using our m-axis testing equipment, magnetic moment, remanence and magnetization direction of magnetic dipoles can be characterized with high precision. The calculation is based on determination of the dipole using an integrated AMR sensor set-up. The [...]

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  • Permanent Magnets And Magnetic Behaviour

Permanent Magnets And Magnetic Behaviour

Permanent Magnets And Magnetic Behaviour Studying The Behavior Of Permanent Magnets Magnetic field is produced by objects known as magnets. When these properties of magnetism are not lost throughout time it’s known as a permanent magnet. So what is this special property in a permanent magnet that is not lost in the test of time? [...]

By |July 25th, 2020|Learning Resources, Magnesium, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Magnetic Science, Magnetic Technology, Magnetism, Permanent Magnet|Comments Off on Permanent Magnets And Magnetic Behaviour
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