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Working with Neodymium Magnets

Is one pole, north or south, stronger than the other?

No, both poles of a magnet exhibit the same strength.

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What materials do neodymium magnets attract?

Ferromagnetic materials are strongly attracted by a magnetic force. The elements iron (Fe), nickel (Ni), and cobalt (Co) are the most commonly available and attracted elements. Steel is also very susceptible or attracted to a magnetic field because it is ferromagnetic as an alloy of iron and other metals.

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Will stacking magnets together make them stronger?

Yes, stacking multiple magnets together can make them stronger. Two or more magnets stacked together will exhibit nearly the same strength as a single magnet of the combined size. For example, if you stacked two 1/2 x 1/4 inch thick disc magnets to make a 1/2 x 1/2 inch combined size, the two magnets would have nearly same strength as a single 1/2 x 1/2 inch magnet. 

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How do I pick the best magnet for my project?

You'll likely want to experiment with different magnets to get just the right one. Ultimately you will need to know the size, shape, and strength or pull force. Hopefully, the following tips will help reduce the often-inherent trial and error process.Tip 1: Do some research.For advice on DIY projects or other crafts (hanging signage/artwork, scrapbooking, jewelry, magnetic spice racks etc), you may find valuable advice online from other individuals who have already done some of the homework for you. Tip 2: Try to estimate the exact size and shape of the magnet you will need.Start with estimating the footprint or area your...

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The Best Way to Separate Strong Magnets

Instead of trying to pull them apart, firmly slide and/or twist them away from each other and far enough apart so that they don’t jump back together.Neodymium magnets are exceptionally strong. If you’ve never handled them before, you will probably be surprised by how powerful these magnets can be.This is because neodymium magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnet commercially available. In fact, they are far stronger than all other ceramic or alnico magnets of equal size – with a magnetic energy value as much as 18 times greater than these other magnets by volume and 12 times greater...

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