What is the strongest and weakest magnet?

What is the strongest and weakest magnet?

The magnetic field of a bar magnet is strongest at either pole of the magnet. It is equally strong at the north pole when compared with the south pole. The force is weaker in the middle of the magnet and halfway between the pole and the center.

What is a very strong magnet?

Neodymium magnets are also known as super magnets. A well-deserved name indeed, as they have extraordinary strength even at their smallest size and are among the strongest permanent magnets in the world. The magnetic material of our super-strength magnets is an alloy consisting of neodymium, iron and boron (NdFeB).

Which is stronger N42 or N52 magnet?

If you need the highest strength in the smallest possible package at room temperature, grade N52 is the strongest available. If you have slightly elevated temperatures, in the 140°F to 176°F range (60°C -80°C), N42 magnets might actually be stronger than N52. This is especially true if your magnet shape is very thin.

How many pounds can a N52 magnet hold?

10 lbs
This magnet can hold up to 10 lbs under ideal conditions, and their grade N52 neodymium material makes them the strongest magnets of their size commercially available.

What is the biggest magnet in the world?

MUMBAI: Unknown to many, the world’s largest magnet, weighing 50,000 tonnes, is being designed at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (Barc) at Trombay these days. It will be several times bigger than the one in the Compact Muan Solenoid detector at CERN in Geneva .

Where can you buy strong magnets?

Online retailers like Containerstore.com, Magnet4Less.com and Amazon.com offer magnets in a variety of strengths, and can many times be purchased at lower prices than the average retail selling price. Online tool-supply stores you can research include NorthernTool.com.

What is a super magnet?

A “super magnet” is generally a slang term for neodymium magnets, the strongest permanent magnets known. It can also be a term for a powerful electromagnet, like the type used in hospitals for fMRI (functional magnetic resonance) imaging.