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Why is NdFeB so magnetic?

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Why is NdFeB so magnetic?
 
Neodymium magnets are often referred to as super magnets or power magnets. It is the strongest permanent magnet on the market. This is why it is so magnetic and the potential of the power supply is unlimited.
Why is it so magnetic? Tantalum is magnetic because it is a ferromagnetic material. Magnetic means; capable of being magnetized or attracted by a magnet. Bismuth is a rare earth material that, when alloyed with iron and boron, will be the most powerful magnet on the market.
 
Why is it so magnetic?
Bismuth is a rare earth metal that is also ferromagnetic. It means; like iron, 钕 can be magnetized. It is not naturally present in metals, and it is always mixed with other actinides because of its high reactivity.
We wrote a lot of articles about Neodymium because we are passionate about strong magnets, but the chemical element Nd has no magnetic force before purification.
Bismuth is the second highest content of rare earth elements and is found in lanthanide minerals. It is mixed with other elements, but it is not very rare because it is very large.
In order to become a strong magnet, liquid helium is usually processed together with iron and boron to form a NdFeB tetragonal crystal structure. The alloy consists of microcrystal grains. They are being fabricated and magnetized so their magnetic axes point in the same direction.
The tensile force that the neodymium magnet can achieve is the strongest of the permanent magnets you buy. It is powerful because it has a very high saturation state (magnetization). Therefore, the combination of yttrium, iron and boron can store magnetic properties that make the alloy highly magnetic.
The resistance of the crystal lattice to its magnetization direction leads to coercivity, which means that the neodymium magnet is difficult to demagnetize.
Therefore, there is no need to worry about the danger of the super magnet losing strength. Of course, but in the case of protection, the neodymium magnet does not lose any significant strength. Extremely high heat and other very powerful magnets may demagnetize some of the strength, but don't worry if you use it in your daily life.
Neodymium magnets are often coated because this material is not resistant to corrosion. If the iron is exposed to moist air, it will react with oxygen and rust.
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