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A magnet is a material or object that produces a magnetic field.

60.General Information about Flexible Plastic Magnets
Flexible Magnet is a kind of soft and elastic magnet. It is compound of plastics or rubbers (NBB or CPE) and ferrite powders

59.Manufacturing Methods about Ceramic Magnets
Manufacturing Methods about Ceramic Magnets

58.Basic Characteristics about Ceramic Magnets
Basic Characteristics about Ceramic Magnets

57.General Information about Ceramic Magnets
General Information about Ceramic Magnets

56.More about Magnets
A magnet is an object that can be found in a variety of shapes, sizes and strengths. A typical magnet consists of iron, nickel and steel.

55.Development of Electric Vehicle Will Stimulate Demand for Neodymium Magnets
Development of Electric Vehicle Will Stimulate Demand for Neodymium Magnets

54.Neodymium Magnets: Occupational Health and Safety
Neodymium magnets are unlike other magnets in property. These are the strongest permanent magnets and therefore pose greater risk when handled.

53.Are Wind Turbines Worth The Money?
Total costs for installing a commercial-scale wind turbine will vary considerably subject to the number of turbines ordered, cost of financing, when the turbine purchase agreement was executed, construction contracts, the location of the project, and other factors.

52.Small But Deadly Desk Toys
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recently requested for a recall on all bucky balls. They claim that bucky balls are a danger to children.

51.Magnetic Therapy To Relieve Pain: Alternative Medicine
Magnetic therapy is a very popular form of therapy because inside our bodies there are a variety of electromagnetic fields that naturally occur.

50.Available Coating of Sintered Neodymium Magnets
Available Coating of Sintered Neodymium Magnets

49.Are Governments Wasting Money on Turbines?
Wind turbines are expensive and inefficient. Not only do they cost a fortune to install, but once they have been installed they do not necessarily guarantee a return on investment.

48.MRI Scans In The Palm Of Your Hand
NMR spectroscopy is a very useful tool for a non-intrusive examination. However one of the biggest disadvantages of NMR is that the superconducting magnets used are very large.But thanks to researches in Germany, they have managed to reduce the size to a small portable handheld device.

47.Magnets to Remove Cancer Cells
Researches at Georgia Institute of Technology have found a new way to identify and potentially eliminate cancerous cells, in ovarian cancer. With ovarian cancer, metastasis happens when cells slough off the primary tumor and drift free in the abdominal cavity. If scientists could use the magnetic nanoparticles to trap drifting cancer cells and pull them out of the abdominal fluid, they could predict and perhaps prevent metastasis.

46.Are Floating Wind Turbines The Next Best Thing?
With all of Japan's fifty nuclear reactors offline and expensive gas imports striking a blow to the economy, the government has begun tapping renewable energy to resolve the country's energy problem.