This circular shaped magnet has powerful Neodymium magnetic material inside which has been produced in the strongest available N52 Grade.
An N52 magnets are rare earth neodymium magnets that contains an energy product or (BH)Max of 52MGOe (Mega-Gauss Oersteds). The “N52” is an abbreviation referring to the strength of this magnet.
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This cylinder magnet is made of a grade N52 neodymium, iron, and boron magnetic alloy blend under ISO 9001 quality systems. They are plated in a nickel-copper-nickel coating for a shiny, corrosion-resistant finish.
Material: Neodymium magnet, grade N52 rare earth magnets
Remanence (Br) : 14,400 Gauss or 1.44 Tesla
Pulling Force: 17 Lbs.
Pole Orientation: Axially magnetized, the poles on the two ends
Coating: Ni+Cu+Ni 3 layer coating, the best coating available
Tolerance: All +/-0.002" with coating
Applications: This cylinder magnet is a great item for industrial and personal projects as well as crafts and magnetic therapies
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An N52 magnet refers to a neodymium magnet with a grade of N52, which is one of the highest available magnetic strength grades for neodymium magnets. The "N" indicates that it is a neodymium magnet, and the "52" represents the energy product of the magnet material. A higher energy product means a stronger magnet.
However, specific specifications for a "super strong" N52 cylinder magnet can vary based on factors such as size, dimensions, coating, and manufacturer.
A neodymium magnet in the shape of a cylinder typically has two poles, a north pole and a south pole, just like any other magnet. The poles are the points on the magnet's surface where the magnetic field is the strongest and the magnetic lines of force emerge or enter the magnet.
For a cylindrical neodymium magnet, the north-seeking pole is often located at one of the flat ends, while the south-seeking pole is located at the other flat end. The magnetic field lines generally run along the length of the cylinder, from the north pole to the south pole.
The specific arrangement of poles and the behavior of the magnetic field are consistent with the general principles of magnetism and the properties of permanent magnets. It's important to note that the poles of a magnet cannot be isolated from each other; breaking a magnet into smaller pieces will simply create smaller magnets, each with their own north and south poles.
The magnetic field produced by a permanent cylindrical magnet is more complex than a simple mathematical formula due to the shape and properties of the magnet. However, an approximate formula for the magnetic field along the axis of a long cylindrical magnet can be derived using Biot-Savart's law, assuming the magnet is magnetized along its length and the observer is far from the magnet's ends:
= 0⋅ 2 ⋅ 2B=2π⋅rμ⋅M
B is the magnetic field strength at a distance r from the axis of the magnet.
0μ0 is the permeability of free space (4 ×10−7 T⋅m/A4π×10−7T⋅m/A).
M is the magnetization of the magnet material, representing the magnetic moment per unit volume (A/mA/m).
This formula provides an approximation of the magnetic field strength along the axis of a long cylindrical magnet. Keep in mind that the actual magnetic field distribution can be influenced by the magnet's length, diameter, magnetization direction, and the specific material properties. For more accurate calculations, especially for magnets with non-uniform magnetization or different shapes, numerical simulations or specialized software might be required.
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