Unbelievable Things You Never Know Are Used In Neodymium Magnets

Update:12-04-2021
Summary:

  It is worth noting that the neodymium magnet was deve […]

  It is worth noting that the neodymium magnet was developed by the American giant General Motors and Sumitomo Special Metals in 1982. It is made of a combination of neodymium, iron and boron, neodymium iron boron.

 

  Nowadays, neodymium magnets are the most widely used type of rare earth magnets in the commercial market, but you may not know that this kind of magnets has some uses in daily use. Let's take a look at some more obscure facts related to neodymium magnets.

 

  Mobile fun

 

  We bet you never really thought about what happens when you switch your phone to vibrate mode, right?

 

  Well, next time what you have to do is, remember that the fast movement and corresponding sound are the result of the tiny neodymium magnets inside the device.

 

  MRI scan

 

  Do you want to know what can protect you from radiation in an MRI scan? Neodymium magnets are your answer, because they are an indispensable part of MRI scanners to obtain the internal view of the human body without radiation.

 

  What's the name

 

  Have you ever wondered where the name of the neodymium magnet comes from?

 

  The nickname comes from the Greek neos dudusous, which means "new twins."

 

  It's all about bass

 

  Today, many audio headphones and speakers contain neodymium magnets. This is because neodymium magnets can improve sound quality and provide complete bass.

 

  Fatal attraction

 

  The lethal attraction of neodymium magnets is so strong that if they are placed close enough, they may collide and break.

 

  Shark attack

 

  Neodymium magnets can repel sharks because the sensory organs of some shark species can detect magnetic fields and can repel them in the presence of magnetic fields.

 

  there are more

 

  Neodymium magnets are versatile and can be used in many different environments-the list is almost endless, but industries such as automotive, marine, medical, electrical, and information technology all rely on the incredible strength of these magnets. But these magnets can also be as small as 1 mm and can be used for styling and jewelry making.

 

  The coating applied to these magnets is also an important decision and one of the most common questions we raise.

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