November 2013

  1. Magnetic fields discovered in graphene

    Magnetic fields discovered in graphene
    Despite the strength and conductivity of graphene, its magnetic properties have long eluded researchers.
  2. Using Magnetic Fields to Power Wireless Charging

    Using Magnetic Fields to Power Wireless Charging
    The use of high-powered magnetic fields in the production of innovative vehicle maintenance has propelled manufacturers into vesting more interest in this industry.
  3. Indoor Atlas uses magnetic fields to guide consumers

    Indoor Atlas uses magnetic fields to guide consumers
    Advances in mobile device technologies have provided industries across the public sector with innovative tools to integrate consumer-driven conveniences.
  4. Magnetic light fixtures aid industry workers with tasks

    Magnetic light fixtures aid industry workers with tasks
    The versatility from a magnetic solution can help individuals perform various industrial tasks without requiring complex planning.
  5. Magnetic Stimulation Used in Therapy for Eating Disorders & Addiction

    Magnetic Stimulation Used in Therapy for Eating Disorders & Addiction
    Modern techniques in medicine are transforming as science blends with health care to produce new, innovative treatment methods.
  6. Superconducting Magnets Make High-Powered MRI Possible

    Superconducting Magnets Make High-Powered MRI Possible
    As medicine advances with the use of strong magnets, physicians are now capable of performing more complex imaging procedures.
  7. Magnetic sunglasses simplify repairs

    Magnetic sunglasses simplify repairs
    Rather than worrying about mending eyewear on the go, Alessi, an Italian-based luxury item merchant, has produced sunglasses that utilize magnets instead of screws to keep the frames together.
  8. What is the Difference Between "Surface Gauss" and "Manufacturer's Gauss"?

    What is the Difference Between "Surface Gauss" and "Manufacturer's Gauss"?
    Surface gauss refers to the gauss measurement at the surface of a magnet. Magnets can have vastly different strengths between the center of the magnet and its surface. The surface gauss rating is an accurate tool to be used to determine how strong the magnet will really be when it is used. Scientists who utilize gauss ratings will default to...
  9. How are "Gauss" and "Pull Force" related when referring to Magnets?

    Gauss is a unit of a measurement that determines the strength of the magnetic field produced by a magnet. Understanding the gauss rating of a magnet can give buyers a better idea of the strength of the magnet that they need to purchase. Pull force is a reading that relates to the power of a magnet. The pull force of...
  10. Magnets Help Fuel the Birth of Stars

    Magnets Help Fuel the Birth of Stars
    A high-velocity, magnetically charged streamer of hydrogen is careening toward the Milky Way Galaxy. However, rather than forecasting danger on Earth, astronomers are excited about the opportunity this celestial phenomenon provides to help astronomers better understand how stars are born.

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