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This is an N35 Neodymium magnet The most common form of the rare-earth magnet (also known as NdFeB, NIB, or Neo magnet). It has a tetragonal crystalline structure and is permanently magnetic. It is formed of an alloy of Neodymium, Iron, and Boron.
The maximum energy product of neodymium magnets, which refers to magnetic flux production per unit volume, is graded. Higher numbers imply more powerful magnets. There is a generally accepted worldwide categorization for sintered NdFeB magnets. Their numbers vary from 28 to 52. The initial letter N before the values stands for neodymium, which refers to sintered NdFeB magnets. The letters after the numbers indicate intrinsic coercivity and maximum operating temperatures (which are positively connected with the Curie temperature) ranging from the default (up to 80 °C or 176 °F) to TH (230 °C or 446 °F).
- Grade: N35
- BR:14000-14500 GAUSS
- Hcj 11 KOe
- Hcb10.5 KOe
- BHmax: 48-51 MGOe
- Magnetization: Axially magnetized / Poles on Flat Ends
- Max Operating Temperature: 80C/176F
- Plating: nickel copper nickel triple layer plated
1 x N35 Circular 10x5mm Magnet Neodymium