Advanced Magnet Source: The Power Within Understanding Neodymium Magnet Properties 

In the article “What are the Properties of a Neodymium Magnet?” from IQS Directory, the unique properties of neodymium magnets are examined. Specializing in understanding and utilizing these properties, expertise in neodymium magnets effectively harnesses their magnetic strength.

Neodymium magnets are renowned for their remarkable strength relative to their size. This strength arises from the alignment of atomic dipoles within the magnet when a magnetic field is applied, resulting in a magnetic hysteresis loop. Even after the external magnetic field is removed, the magnet retains part of this alignment, maintaining its magnetization.

The strength of neodymium magnets is graded based on their magnetic properties, expressed as mega gauss Oersteds (MGOe). The grade number indicates the magnet’s power, with higher grade numbers signifying stronger magnets. For example, N55 magnets are 6% stronger than the previously strongest N52 magnets and are used in applications requiring powerful magnets in limited space.

The “N” grading scale ranges from N30 to N52, with higher numbers indicating stronger magnets. Additionally, the inclusion of two letters, such as “SH,” indicates the magnet’s coercivity (Hc), which determines its temperature resistance.

Specializing in providing neodymium magnets of various grades to meet specific application requirements, expertise in neodymium magnets ensures the effective utilization of these powerful magnetic materials in diverse applications by understanding their properties and capabilities.

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