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Old 05-16-2018, 02:24 AM
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Originally Posted by bistander View Post
Hi dyetalon,

It wasn't about the quality of the graphic but about the science (or lack of science) behind it.

Nice graphic from you. I'd like to know more about it. Do you have the source?

Back to the subject.... Call it whatever. I contend there is nothing special (meaning different) about the center of the magnet. The center has aligned domains just like the rest of the magnet. A couple of mm towards the N looks just like the center or just like a couple mm towards the S.

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bi
Yea. I clipped it from the Max Planck Institute in Germany:
https://www.mis.mpg.de/applan/resear...magnetics.html

Nothing is the key word here. That's what I've been telling everyone...Zero. Zip. Nada. What's so special about nothing? It follows the lowest potential of the field.

Next we need to look at how magnetism affect magnetite when it's made smaller than a domain...
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