How to Separate Strong Magnets?
Strong magnets are magnetic after magnetization. In the next process, multiple magnets may need to be separated. Because the magnets of strong magnets are very strong, it is more difficult to separate the magnets. So how do we separate the powerful magnets operating?
Principle of mutual attraction of Strong magnets
When discussing how to separate powerful magnets, we first need to know why magnets can attract each other. In fact, the principle is very simple. There are numerous magnetic lines that are closed and not intersected around the magnet. They are magnetic fields. The magnets exert magnetic force on the objects placed in the magnetic field, that is, the magnetic force. The magnets can absorb each other mainly. The reason is that the direction of the magnetic induction line is different, and the same sex is repelled. The principle of the opposite sex is the result of the difference of the direction of the magnetic induction line.
How to separate powerful magnets?
1. The material that can be adsorbed onto the magnet can function to block the magnetic field, and the thicker the material, the better the effect of magnetic separation, so that the function of separating the strong magnet can be achieved.
2. When the powerful magnets are attracted to each other, the magnets can be opened in a rough manner, as long as there is enough force to separate them, but always be careful when separating the powerful magnets, because the magnets will stick together and may Pinching your fingers.
In daily life, the magnet should be placed away from items that are easily magnetized, such as floppy disks, credit cards, computer monitors, watches, mobile phones, medical devices, etc. Keep the magnet away from the pacemaker. For larger magnets, plastic or cardboard spacers should be placed between each piece to ensure that the magnets can be easily separated. The magnet should be stored in a dry, constant temperature environment as much as possible.
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