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 What are neodymium magnets made of?

Answer Neodymium magnets are a type of rare earth magnet. Composed of boron, iron and neodymium, these magnets are the strongest-known magnets. They are used mostly in industry, in applications such as co... Read More »
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What element are magnets made out of?

Naturally occurring magnets (lodestones) occur as the mineral "magnetite," which is a form of iron oxide. Artificial magnets may be made from strontium iron oxide or barium iron oxide. The stronges... Read More »
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What type of magnets are solenoids made of?

A solenoid is a coil of wire with electrical current being passed through it, which creates a stable magnetic field in and around the coil. A solenoid is therefore an electromagnet.Source:Georgia S... Read More »
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What are permanent magnets made from?

The majority of modern permanent magnets are made up of special alloys discovered through scientific investigation designed to improve magnets. Common permanent magnet combinations include strontiu... Read More »
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What metal are magnets made from?

Metal magnets are made up of metals that are alloys like nickel, cobalt and aluminum. The combination of these three alloys is sometimes referred to as "Alnicko." There are other types of magnets m... Read More »
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