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Secure a variety of papers with these super-strong colorful button magnets. Ideal for a variety of uses in the classroom, at home, or in the office. Set of 2400. $1299
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These magnets are strong enough to handle even thick photo or construction paper without sliding down surfaces or sending pages flying.
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What material makes the strongest permanent magnets? ... To find suppliers, just type neodymium magnets into your favorite search engine.
Follow-Up #2: Field strength of Nd magnets
Q: What is the field strength of the Nd magnets in terms of Tesla? Is there a way to find out the strongest commercially available magnet? Thank you.
A: The useful field strength called remanence in the trade can vary from 0.8 to 1.4 Tesla depending on composition.
Different manufacturers can give you specific values.
To find suppliers, just type neodymium magnets into your favorite search engine. My favorite supplier ALB showed up.
Follow-Up #3: levitating graphite
Q: I'm looking into trying to levitate some graphite for a demonstration and am curious if some old hard drive magnets would be strong enough to do the trick.
I found this paper: dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja310365k | J. Am. Chem. Soc.
2021, 134, 2059320596 which gives some details of the magnetic field strength necessary in the hundreds of milli-Tesla range.
Would the HDD magnets produce this?
A: Although Earnshaw's Theorem says that no paramagnetic or ferromagnetic material can be stably levitated with a passive system, diamagnets like graphite can be.
I think that with some care you can do this.
My reasons are:
1. I just took put graphite lubricant powder on a white piece of paper, and slid two different types of strong magnets under it.
In both cases, I could see some of the larger flakes flipping around, apparently in response to the magnetic field.
I used two types of magnets because one had sort of rough surfaces and the other was smooth, so I wanted to check if mechanical jiggling of the paper was important.
It didn't seem to be.
Also, I tried running a non-magnetic stick under the paper, it didn't flip the graphite flakes.
2. There's this nice image online:
The magnets used there look just like one type I used, probably gold-plated neodymium-cobalt.
The other magnet I used was pulled from an old head of a Phillips Sonicare toothbrush.
These are remarkably strong, probably also a rare-earth type.
The hard drive magnets should also be quite strong.
Follow-Up #4: Neodymium Magnets
Q: We have read the question and answer for "Strongest Magnet".
We are wondering if you can tell us how strong a neodymium magnet is, probably by telling us what it can do.
- Wu Fan and Qihan
A: Hi! Well, I don't have any exact numbers for how many pounds you can lift with one of these magnets or anything, but I have a couple of these magnets at home, so I think I can still answer your question...
Neodymium magnets are the kind of magnets used in computer hard-drives, among other things.
If you ever manage to get your hands on an old broken computer hard-drive, try opening it up and check out the magnet inside.
(Be very careful when doing this - there may be some very sharp edges around the magnet.) Also, be careful about handling the magnets themselves.
While it is possible to pull two of them apart using your bare hands (if you pull really hard), it really hurts if your fingers get pinched in between.
So how strong are they? Well, using 1 small hard-drive magnet, I can attach a small notepad almost 1 cm thick or a normal-sized notebook about 1/2 cm thick to my refrigerator door securely.
And it does sometimes take some tugging to get them off again.
Astronomers have detected the strongest magnetic field ever observed in the universe.
Studying powerful X-ray signals coming from a neutron star, the team calculated that its magnetic field is tens of millions of times stronger than any ever created in a lab here on Earth.
Designated GRO J1008-57, this neutron star belongs to a very specific subtype – an accreting X-ray pulsar.
As a pulsar, it emits powerful beams of electromagnetic radiation that periodically sweep over the Earth like a lighthouse beam.
The “accreting X-ray” description comes from the fact that material regularly falls onto its surface, causing periodic energetic X-ray outbursts that can be detected by telescopes.
And now, a team from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen has studied one of these outbursts to calculate the strength of the pulsar’s magnetic field.
During an outburst in August 2017, the astronomers observed the pulsar using the Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (Insight-HXMT).
They noted a particular signature called a cyclotron resonant scattering feature (CRSF), a pattern that occurs when the X-ray photons scatter off plasma electrons at the surface.
This CRSF was measured at an energy of 90 keV, and from that the team calculated the magnetic field of the pulsar to be as high as one billion Tesla.
That is far and away the most powerful magnetic field ever detected in the universe – for reference, the strongest magnetic field created in the lab so far is a “mere” 1,200 Tesla.
While this is the strongest that’s been directly detected, it’s theorized that even more intense versions of neutron stars, called magnetars, may have magnetic fields as strong as 100 billion Tesla.
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ALB-MMS-A-Z0 It is this one: The biggest, heaviest, and of course by far the strongest magnet in our shop.
With 150 kg adhesive force, the fishing magnet 150 is so strong, that even for us, looking at it sends shivers down our spine! It certainly is not a suitable magnet for beginners.
Even for experienced magnet pros, handling this monster means: Full concentration and always wear protective gloves
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In 2nd place: A winner in every aspect! With a legendary adhesive force of 115 kg, the ALB-MMS-A-Y8 is not only our second strongest magnet but, thanks to its high-quality coating, also reigns supreme as the most beautiful magnet in our assortment.
However, be aware: This magnet is definitely not suitable for beginners!
By the way, the ALB-MMS-A-Y8 is sharing the podium with the fishing magnet 115.
In 3rd place follows the huge magnet ALB-MMS-A-Y0.
This neodymium block magnet with its adhesive force of 76kg offers the magnet enthusiast everything he or she could wish for.
Nevertheless, gloves and protective eyewear are a must when handling this strong magnet.
Our customer service team member Fausto proves that you can be safe and still look good.
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The disc magnet S-70-35-N is a true heavyweight in every respect.
It is the largest, strongest, and with a weight of 1 kg by far also the heaviest disc magnet in our assortment.
Because of that, and because of an insane adhesive force of 76 kg, it ranks 3rd.
Fourth place is shared by no less than 4 strong pot magnets:
The simple pot magnet ALB-MMS-A-XC is glued into indentations.
Items can be hung on ALB-MMS-A-XC, thanks to its hook.
With its threaded stud, ALB-MMS-A-XC can be screwed to equipment and casings.
ALB-MMS-A-XC has a counterbore and can be attached with a countersunk screw.
This one is the most popular with our customers among these 4 pot magnets.
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Ring magnet ALB-MMS-A-XC clearly sets itself apart from the other ring magnets in our shop.
It is much heavier and most of all has an incredible adhesive force of 120 kg.
This strong magnet is especially popular with people who fish with magnets.
Simply attach a rope and you are ready to fish.
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Once again we find pot magnets share a ranking in our Top 10.
With a strong adhesive force of 110 kg, the pot magnet with screw socket TCN-63 and the hook magnet FTN-63 both come in 6th place.
The latter is slightly more popular with our customers, most likely because it makes it easy to hang items on ferromagnetic surfaces.
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Even though by now it is not enough for a spot on the podium, the DEATH MAGNET is definitely a classic;
because this legendary magnet is among the absolute top sellers in our online shop.
It shares its position in the ranking with the equally strong fishing magnet 100.
Even though these two powerhouses “only” rank in 8th place, here too the rule is: Be careful when handling.
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The ALB-MMS-A-XC is the strongest pot magnet with a cylindrical borehole in our shop.
It can be mounted as needed, using regular screws.
However, its adhesive force of 95 kg, only takes full effect when it is positioned flush against a thick iron surface.
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This pot magnet is reliable.
Thanks to its M8 internal thread, this strong magnet can be screwed together with objects that have a matching thread.
The ALB-MMS-A-XC holds the heaviest loads when mounted to a ceiling.
If it is mounted to a wall, on the other hand, you will have to take the displacement force into account.
This means: The magnet will only hold about 15% of the stated adhesive force.
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Table for your own research: Didn't find the right neodymium magnet yet? The neodymium magnets data table allows you to sort the magnets by adhesive force (or any other criterion).
We’ll show you how easy it is to smash different objects with these strong magnets.
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