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education.jlab.org/qa/permmagnet_04.html

How are magnets made? How does the shape of a magnet affect its magnetic field? Size is just one of the ways one can change the strength of a magnet.

www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/ask-an-expert/viewtopic.php?t=12462

Nov 19, 2013 ... mikki7477 - You have to compare apples-to-apples. Magnets made of the same material, such as alnico (an iron material containing aluminum, ...

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Apr 24, 2017 ... The strength of a magnet is primary determined by how it's made. ... Size. The bigger the magnet is, the stronger it will be. This even applies ...

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Can the diffrent shape of magnets affect the magnetic strength? If so, how? ... A pointy magnet can focus more of its strength into the the "pointy end". But the real  ...

www.quora.com/Is-magnet-strength-proportional-to-magnet-size

When you have a 1 inch square magnet that is 2mm thick and you double it to ... The mass of magnet doubled but you did not see anywhere near that ... What affects the strength of a magnet? Does the size of the magnetic domains within a permanent magnet depend on the size of that permanent magnet?

cssf.usc.edu/History/2004/Projects/J1521.pdf

Objectives/Goals. The objective of this project is to determine if the temperature of a magnet affects its strength. Methods/Materials. Ten magnets of equal size ...

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Will neodymium magnets lose strength if they are held in repelling or attracting ..... coatings does not affect the magnetic strength or performance of the magnet, ... Each size of plastic- and rubber-coated magnet requires its own special mold.

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3 Project Overview We know that some magnets seem stronger than others. That is, they seem to be able to attract metal items better. We want to know if the size ...

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Over the years, magnets have evolved into the high-strength materials we have today. ... Each domain, although microscopic in size, contains millions of billions of atoms and each ... Its polarity depends on the direction of the current flow. ... Shock and vibration do not affect modern magnet materials, unless sufficient to ...