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  • Adhesion

    The weight that a magnet is at least able to hold under specified conditions.

  • AlNiCo

    AlNiCo is a material used for the production of magnets. It consists of aluminum, nickel and cobalt.

  • Aluminum-nickel-cobalt

    AlNiCo is a material used for the production of magnets. It consists of aluminum, nickel and cobalt.

  • Attractions and repulsive forces of a magnet

    Tiny circular currents at the atomic level are responsible in a permanent magnet for exerting a magnetic force. It is so strong even with small magnets that you can clearly feel them.

  • Curie temperature

    The temperature at which a ferromagnetic becomes paramagnetic is called the Curie temperature.

  • Ferri- and antiferromagnetism

    Ferrimagnetism and antiferromagnetism are two magnetic properties of materials. In contrast to antiferromagnetic materials, ferrimagnetic materials are strongly attracted to a magnetic field. Paramagnetism, ferromagnetism and diamagnetism are other magnetic properties of matter.

  • Gauss

    Gauss is a unit of magnetic flux density.

  • Gauss unit

    The unit Gauss indicates the magnetic flux density. It was named after the well-known mathematician Johann Friedrich Gauss.

  • Magnetic flux density

    The magnetic flux density is indirectly a measure for indexing the strength of a magnetic field.

  • Magnetic material

    In our dictionary you will find an overview of all available magnetic materials.

  • Magnetic saturation

    The maximum possible magnetization of a material is called saturation magnetization.

  • Maxwell equations

    The Maxwell equations combine all valid formulas for magnetic fields in one theory.

  • NdFeB

    NdFeB is a material used for the production of magnets. The material consists of neodymium, iron and boron.

  • Nikola Tesla

    The physicist and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla has made many groundbreaking inventions. More in the dictionary!

  • Oersted

    The unit Oersted is used to measure magnetic fields (Unit H).

  • Operating temperature

    The maximum temperature a magnet can withstand before it loses its magnetic properties.

  • Pauli principle

    The Pauli Principle is a law in the field of quantum physics.

  • Physical Properties of Neodymium Magnets

    Physical properties of neodymium magnets can be found in our glossary!

  • Right-hand rule

    The right-hand rule (or three-finger rule) is an aid that illustrates vectors within a three-dimensional coordinate system.

  • Santoprene ®

    Santoprene® belongs to the group of thermoplastic and elastic plastics.

  • Tesla (unit)

    Tesla is a unit of magnetic flux density.

  • coating

    Magnets are often coated. There are several options for this.

  • coercivity

    Magnetic coercivity is the magnetic field strength necessary to completely demagnetize a ferromagnetic substance.

  • diamagnetismus

    Diamagnetism, together with para and ferromagnetism, describes various magnetic properties of matter.

  • dipole

    Once two oppositely charged particles are present, it is called a dipole field.

  • energy product

    The energy product results from the magnetic flux density and the magnetic field strength of a magnet.

  • field lines

    Field lines are the lines that represent the course of a magnetic field.

  • hysteresis

    What exactly is the hysteresis? - The effect of hysteresis simply explained

  • magnetic field

    The forces of a magnet are transmitted through the magnetic field.

  • magnetism

    Magnetism is an invisible physical force that acts on matter.

  • magnetization

    The magnetization magnetizes material that was previously non-magnetic.

  • monopoly

    From a single charge goes out a monopole field. An example of this is the electric field of an electron.

  • multipole

    Once there are multiple charge distributions, it's a multipole

  • neodymium

    NdFeB is a material used for the production of magnets. The material consists of neodymium, iron and boron.

  • permanent magnet

    A permanent magnet (also called a permanent magnet) is a material from which a magnetic force always emanates.

  • permeability

    The magnetic permeability indicates how permeable a material is to the magnetic flux density.

  • quality

    The quality or magnetic quality is an indicator of the energy content of a magnet.

  • remanence

    The term remanence, or remanent flux density, refers to the magnetization of a ferromagnetic substance after switching off the external magnetic field.

  • superconductors

    The ohmic resistance of a superconductor is zero.

  • tolerance

    The tolerance of our neodymium magnets is ± 0.1 mm.