How are magnets made?

I don’t know if you have ever experienced this, that is, when I was a child, I liked to play with magnets in the classroom because magnets can absorb iron products or some metal products, creating a certain suction. When I was a child, we children with few toys played with great interest, but many people do not know how magnets are made? Today, I will show you. Making magnets is like this.

We all know that magnets are divided into permanent magnets and non-permanent magnets. In general, we often see permanent magnets rather than permanent magnets, which means that some magnet devices are magnetic only under certain circumstances. Generally speaking, electromagnets are the most common.

First of all, in the manufacturing process of magnets, the first one is casting. First, copper, sulfur, nickel, iron, aluminum, and titanium are placed in an induction furnace to melt all the metals into a liquid, which is poured into a mold to form the general shape of the magnet. However, at this point the magnet is not magnetic!

The magnet needs to be magnetic. The second step is to energize the magnet by tying it to a copper tube, placing it in a larger pipe, and then charging it with high voltage electricity. At this point, as the electrons in the magnet will slowly flow with the current from the positive pole to the negative pole, resulting in a certain conversion efficiency of the electrons on both sides. Because of this, the magnet has magnetic properties after this step is completed.

Therefore, after reading about how magnets are produced, I am sure we all know that magnets are not that easy to manufacture. In addition, magnets dominate more and more industrial and infrastructure construction. Therefore, the research of natural magnetite in relation is still working!

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