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Rare Earth Magnets | Strong Neodymium Magnets
Neodymium magnets at Magnets For Sale & CMS Magnetics. We have the strongest Neodymium magnets available for sale N35,N36,N42,N45, 50 & N52 which are the most popular Strong Rare Earth Magnets these days. The alloy of three elements NdFeB (Neodymium, Iron, and Boron) joined together creates these strong Neodymium Magnets. People use the term “Rare Earth Magnet” and “neodymium magnet” synonymously because neodymium magnets are the most popular and well-known of the rare earth group for sale today. Other common names for strong neodymium magnets include Neo Magnets, or Earth Magnets.
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Due to their high strength and low cost, these strong neodymium magnets revolutionized magnetic products. These magnets are the strongest developed thus far. Because neodymium magnets are between seven and fourteen times stronger than ceramic magnets they are sometimes called super strong or powerful magnets. Magnets For Sale & CMS magnetics sells the strongest type of neodymium rare earth permanent magnets on the market on Magnet4Sale.com with a grade range of N35 to N52. Grade N52the strongest neodymium disc magnets are the most powerful magnets so far and a strong grade N52 magnet measuring only ½” can have a pull force of 32 lbs.! Our shop carries a variety of these powerful magnets for sale to fit many different applications.
Strong Neodymium magnets can be fabricated into many shapes and types:Strong Disc Magnets, strong Block Magnets, strong Ring Magnets, strong Cube Magnets, strong Sphere Magnets, Wedge magnets, Arc Magnets, Countersunk, and the strongest Adhesive Magnets.
At Magnets For Sale / Magnet4Sale.com , we also sell strong custom neodymium magnets and strong custom magnetic assemblies so we can help you find the best fit for your project specifications.
Strong Neodymium Magnets in Action
Today, no matter where you go, you can always find strong neodymium magnets in action. In your home, refrigerator magnets, ear buds, jewelry cases and cell phones use this powerful magnet as a tool. Magnets are found in iPads, high end speaker systems, toys and hybrid cars. Neodymium magnets are extensively employed in big industry applications as well. From magnetic separators, lifters, sweepers and fishing systems to switches, precision-guided missiles and wind turbines. Since their invention in 1982, neodymium magnets are rapidly replacing the old and weak technology of ceramic magnets and incorporating their use into daily life.
See Magnets For Sale & CMS Magnetics for the strongest Neodymium magnets there are ...Bar None!
Further reading concerning the history of all of the rare earth elements and more specifically Neodymium & Samarium.
The discovery of rare earth elements started in 1787 when Swedish Army Lieutenant Karl Axel Arrhenius collected the black mineral ytterbite (laterre named gadolinite) from a feldspar and quartz mine near the village of Ytterby, Sweden. Although rare-earth bearing minerals were collected prior to this time, none were identified as containing a new "rare" and different "earth" (a historical term for an oxide) until B.R. Geijer of the Royal Mint of Sweden, forwarded the Arrhenius sample to Finland for analysis. Separation of the first impure rare-earth oxide from ytterbite occurred in 1794 when Finnish chemist Johan Gadolin (University of Abo) made an impure yttrium marking the beginning of a scientific saga that was to extend over a century and a half to separate, identify, and produce pure compounds and metals. In 1797, in honor of Johann Gadolinâ€™s discovery, A.G. Ekeberg of Uppsala, Finland, proposed the name gadolinite for the mineral and yttria for the "new earth"
What is Rare Earth & What are Rare Earth Elements Used For?
The rare earth elements are not really rare and actually are a fairly abundant group of 17 elements comprising 15 elements of the lanthanide family and both, scandium, and yttrium. The elements range in abundance from cerium, the 25th most abundant to lutetium and thulium, the least abundant elements.
The lanthanide family of elements are a collection of 15 elements whose atomic weights run 57 through 7. The elements in the lanthanide family include : lanthanum (La), cerium (Ce), praseodymium (Pr), neodymium (Nd), promethium (Pm), samarium (Sm), europium (Eu), gadolinium (Gd), terbium (Tb), dysprosium (Dy), holmium (Ho), erbium (Er), thulium (Tm), ytterbium (Yb), and lutetium (Lu).
The 2 elements highlighted above are the primary elements that are used in the magnetics industry as Neodymium magnets and Samarium Cobalt Magnets..
The rare earth elements can be placed into two groups depending on the electron configuration of their atoms. The two groups are the LREE (Light Group Rare Earth Elements) and the HREE (Heavy Group Rare Earth Elements).
The differences in configuration of the electrons are significant to the individual properties that the rare earth elements exhibit and how they interact with other elements and compounds.
The table below shows the elements in their groupings as defined and used by the U.S. Government’s U.S. Department of the Interior-U.S & Geological Survey.
The two groups consist of the following elements:
As you move through the modern world in your daily lives rare-earth elements are present at every turn. Whenever you ride in a car or bus the gasoline or diesel fuel is produced with lanthanum-rich fluid cracking catalysts, cerium is used in the catalytic converter, and an yttrium-zirconium oxide ceramic monitors the oxygen/fuel mixture. Neodymium magnets are components in the ABS brake systems, cruise controls, car stereo systems, speedometers and gauges, and in tiny electric motors controlling the door locks, power windows, heater/air conditioner fans, electric mirrors, windshield wipers, fuel pumps, and starter motors. Your ability to access your checking account balance is possible with the help of the rare earth elements.
At Magnets For Sale & CMS Magnetics we sell the actual neodymium, samarium and other types of magnets but we believe that it is also valuable to schools and actually all learners that a deeper education concerning our products and their backgrounds is important in that it may spawn an interest in children to move into areas of science such as Physics or Chemistry as a profession.
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