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Apr 17, 2018 Ferromagnetic Metals. Ferromagnetic metals are strongly attracted by a magnetic force. The common ferromagnetic metals include iron, nickel, cobalt, gadolinium, dysprosium and alloys such as steel that also contain specific ferromagnetic metals such as iron or nickel. Ferromagnetic metals are commonly used to make permanent magnets

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  • What makes iron, cobalt and nickel magnetic?
    What makes iron, cobalt and nickel magnetic?

    Apr 01, 2010 Electrons have spin, a property that gives them a magnetic moment it creates a magnetic field. The spins of electrons in most atoms are paired up and so their magnetic effects are in effect cancelled out. a bit like having pairs of bar magnets stuck together. Now, iron cobalt and nickel are what is known a transition elements this means that the differences between these elements are less than those of the main

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  • Titanium Iron Makes Magnet
    Titanium Iron Makes Magnet

    Titanium Iron Makes Magnet. As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plan

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  • Is Titanium Magnetic?
    Is Titanium Magnetic?

    It turns out that titanium is weakly magnetic (compared to other ferromagnetic materials) in the presence of an externally applied magnetic field. Titanium also exhibts the Lenz Effect but to a lesser extent that many other metals. For example, when a magnet is passed over a metal like silver, copper, aluminum, or brass, the moving magnet

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  • Titanium and iron titanium oxide nanoparticles in antennae
    Titanium and iron titanium oxide nanoparticles in antennae

    Besides iron oxides, for the first time, nanoparticles containing titanium have been identified surrounded by tissue in the antennae of ants. Given their dimension and related magnetic characteristics, these nanoparticles are discussed as being part of the magnetosensor system

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  • Effects of embedding direct reduction followed by magnetic
    Effects of embedding direct reduction followed by magnetic

    Feb 01, 2017 Embedding direct reduction followed by magnetic separation was conducted to fully recover iron and titanium separately from beach titanomagnetite (TTM). The influences of reduction conditions, such as molar ratio of C to Fe, reduction time, and reduction temperature, were studied. The results showed that the TTM concentrate was reduced to iron and iron-titanium oxides, depending on the

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  • Which Metals Are Magnetic? | Metal Supermarkets - Steel
    Which Metals Are Magnetic? | Metal Supermarkets - Steel

    Oct 27, 2015 The most common example is the refrigerator magnet, used to hold notes on our refrigerator door. The most common metals used for permanent magnets are iron, nickel, cobalt and some alloys of rare earth metals. There are two types of permanent magnets: those from “hard” magnetic materials and those from “soft” magnetic materials

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  • Iron Ore Magnetic Separation
    Iron Ore Magnetic Separation

    Apr 20, 2017 The concentration of low-grade magnetic iron ores, separating the magnetite crystals from the gangue by the use of magnets, is a field of work in which the lessons taught by the development of the porphyry coppers can be studied to advantage. Large-scale operations, and the liberal expenditure of enough money at the start to insure the most

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  • What makes iron, cobalt and nickel magnetic? | Naked
    What makes iron, cobalt and nickel magnetic? | Naked

    Apr 01, 2010 What makes iron, cobalt and nickel magnetic? Electrons have spin, a property that gives them a magnetic moment it creates a magnetic field. The spins of electrons in most atoms are paired up and so their magnetic effects are in effect cancelled out. a bit like having pairs of bar magnets stuck together

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  • 3 Ways to Make a Magnet - wikiHow
    3 Ways to Make a Magnet - wikiHow

    Sep 15, 2021 Permanent magnets are made from ferromagnetic materials (cobalt, nickel, iron, neodymium, etc.) To make these materials magnetic, they are subjected to a magnetic field by using an electric current. This process lines up the electrons (polarization) and they become magnetic

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  • How to tell if a piece of metal is really titanium. | The
    How to tell if a piece of metal is really titanium. | The

    Mar 17, 2008 Titanium and its alloys range closely around 4.5 g/cc. Aluminum is noticeably lighter (2.7 g/cc), Iron and steel are distinctly heavier (7.8 g/cc). Tantalum is much heavier (16 g/cc). Niobium is about the same as brass (8.5 g.cc) Copper, bronze, and brass are up to 9 g/cc, but you’ve already eliminated them by color

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  • Amazon.com: Element 1" Cube Set (Tungsten/Copper/Titanium
    Amazon.com: Element 1" Cube Set (Tungsten/Copper/Titanium

    The Tungsten cube is quite heavy, as expected. It's also very strongly attracted to a magnet. (Not expected). The cube of iron is appropriately heavy, but not attracted to a magnet at all. So, it's stainless steel, with roughly the same density of iron. So, I have to ask if the titanium is really titanium, and the aluminium is really aluminium?

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  • titanium | Element, Meaning, Symbol, Density, Properties
    titanium | Element, Meaning, Symbol, Density, Properties

    Aug 08, 2021 Titanium resembles other transition metals such as iron and nickel in being hard and refractory. Its combination of high strength, low density (it is quite light in comparison to other metals of similar mechanical and thermal properties), and excellent corrosion-resistance make it useful for many parts of aircraft, spacecraft , missiles, and ships

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  • Shielding Materials - K&J Magnetics
    Shielding Materials - K&J Magnetics

    The higher the number, the better the shield. Low carbon steels have a Permeability of 1000 - 3000, while MuMetal can have values as high as 300,000 - 400,000. The saturation point is the flux density at which the material can not contain any more magnetic flux. Steel saturates around 22,000 Gauss, while MuMetal saturates at about 8,000 Gauss

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  • Q: What causes iron, nickel, and cobalt to be attracted to
    Q: What causes iron, nickel, and cobalt to be attracted to

    May 29, 2010 The magnetic fields of these electrons aren’t canceled out by another, oppositely-oriented, electron. As such they lend an overall magnetic field to the atom they inhabit. So, some metals are attracted to magnets because they are full of tinier magnets. Those tinier magnets twist about so that they align with the field of the larger magnet

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