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Green Magnetic Field Viewing Film 5cm x 5cmd Size, Item No. MP-MVFILM06 series
The Magnetic Viewer Film is used to show where magnetic pole faces exist on permanent magnets and direct current (d.c.) electromagnetic devices.
This green magnetic viewing film will become lighter or darker when a magnetic field is applied. It turns dark when the field lines are perpendicular the surface, and it turns light when the field lines are horizontal, i.e., across the surface allowing the user to see the magnetic field around a magnet.
Sometimes also known as Green Magnet Field Film, the Film changes colour as a result of interaction with the lines of magnetic field passing through the Magnetic Viewing Film. The Green Magnetic Viewing Film is a thin flexible sheet containing colloidal Nickel flakes suspended in oil as gelatinous microcapsules coated onto the plastic sheet. The nickel flakes, being ferromagnetic, align with the lines of magnetic flux (the magnetic field lines); they can rotate freely because of the gelatinous microcapsules.
When the magnetic field lines are perpendicular to the plane of the Magnetic Field Film, the flakes rotate to align with the field lines and make the Magnetic Field Viewer Film appear a darker green. This is shown if the Green Magnetic Viewing Film is put directly on the pole face of a permanent magnet (such as NdFeB, Ferrite, SmCo, Alnico). When the magnetic field lines are parallel to and also in the plane of the Magnetic Viewing Film, the flakes rotate to align with the field lines and make the Magnetic Field Viewer Film appear a lighter green. This is shown if the Green Magnetic Field Viewer Film is put directly on the pole face of a flexible magnet (such as flexible magnetic rubber where the sheet has multiple poles across its surface and the lighter lines show the transition from a North pole face to a South Pole face).
The Magnetic Viewing Film reacts almost instantly when place on a magnet surface. The darker regions therefore show a Pole face (it will be a North or a South; the Magnetic Viewing Film does not show which polarity – you would need a Polarity checker to measure for a North or South pole). The lighter regions show where the magnetic lines are in the plane of the Green Magnetic Viewing Film and therefore allow an indication of the field patterns present.
To view another magnet’s pattern, simply put the Magnetic Field Film on the magnet you wish to view. The changes in colour shade will be nearly instant (the Green Magnetic Field Film can sometimes be used to view slowly changing magnetic field patterns). When the Magnetic Viewing Film is removed it will retain some of the magnetic pattern.
To ‘clear’ or ‘reset’ the Magnetic Field Viewing Film display to make the Green colour appear more uniform again, consider moving a larger block magnet across the surface (it will not completely set the colour to a single shade as the flakes are reacting with the moving magnetic field but it be satisfactory for most purposes).
Just place the card on the surface of the magnetic material, and it will reveal a magnetic field of pattern, easy to use.
Great for personal or scientific research and help us study magnetic fields that we can’t see.
Can be used for quality control, product demonstration, reverse engineering, authentication and educational purposes. Magnetic Film Viewer
Compact and portable size, lightweight, convenient to carry with you.
Wonderful educational tool to stimulate our interest in science.