Ferrite Disc Magnet - 5mm x 3mm
|Pull Force*||0.09 kg|
|Style||Ferrite disc magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised thru the 3mm||Dimensions||Thickness: 3mm|
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
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Magnetic Product Description:
This Ferrite Disc Magnet has a diameter of 5mm and a thickness of 3mm. It has a magnetic flux reading of 1916 Gauss and a pull force of 90 grams. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 10180.
Uses for our Ferrite Disc Magnets:
Let there be light. Light a million times brighter than the sun. This kind of light, able to be generated using magnets, including these tiny 5mmx3mm ferrite discs, as well as many others, is required to see what the known universe is made of, and how it functions.
A football stadium sized megavoltage machine called a synchrotron forces high energy electrons to travel in a circular orbit using magnetic fields to produce super light. This super light is used to see or reveal the innermost sub-microscopic secrets of materials requiring investigation.
Applications for this technology include medicine, defence, manufacturing and mining. Magnetic power applied on this monumental scale is able to advance human knowledge of the intimate structure of the universe and almost everything contained therein. Understanding the structure of particles and materials and how they respond to changed circumstances enables researches and thinkers to develop new technologies and philosophies to address human needs and wants.
Magnets and magnetic power are vital in this process of coming to terms with the world around us. In the super structure that is the synchrotron, electrons are directed, guided, bent, forced, straightened and shepherded along the ideal orbital path necessary to generate the kind of light necessary to see the structure of matter.
The entire world of synchrotron science depends on one physical phenomenon: when a moving electron changes direction it emits energy. Magnetic force facilitates the change of direction. The energy emitted is expressed as light. In this case super light.
Magnets of all sizes, shapes and calibre are used in a myriad of ways throughout all industries as a reliable, intuitive, nuanced holding and release push and pull force within known tolerances. Magnets play a vital role in the operation of the synchrotron. Let there be light.
Some applications for our small 5mm ferrite disc magnets are crafts, souvenirs, fridge magnets & whiteboard magnets.