Dec 23 2015 - Magnetic Line Liquid Traps (Liquid Magnet Traps) are designed for heavy duty large volume liquid and semi-liquid line flow systems It provides magnetic protection for liquid lines and processing equipment They preserve product purity by removing small contaminants So such separators are ideal for liquid purification See more ideas about Magnets As you surmise liquid iron is going to be well above its Curie temperature and thus not a permanent magnet Rather the strong presumption is that it's a boot-strapping dynamo driven by convection in the outer core (from radioactive and/or chem

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Development of magnetic liquid metal suspensions for magnetohydrodynamics Florian Carle and Kunlun Bai Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Yale University New Haven Connecticut 06511 USA Joshua Casara School of Natural Sciences University of California Merced California 95343 USA Kyle Vanderlick

The remanent magnetization of single-crystal iron whiskers has been measured from 10-5 to 104 seconds after the removal of an applied field The observed response is accurately modeled by localized magnon relaxation on a Gaussian size distribution of dynamically correlated domains virtually identical to the distribution of excitations in glass-forming liquids

Some materials affect the magnetic field quite a bit Iron nails for instance draw magnetic field lines towards them where they travel for a bit and then come out the other side on their way to the other pole of your magnet Putting an iron bar across the poles of a horseshoe magnet will weaken the magnetic field far away from the magnet

Iron isn't the only element that displays magnetism Nickel cobalt gadolinium terbium and dysprosium are also ferromagnetic As with iron the magnetic properties of these elements depends on their crystal structure and whether the metal is below its Curie point α-iron cobalt and nickel are ferromagnetic while γ-iron manganese and chromium are antiferromagnetic

A magnetic level indicator is an externally mounted chamber with visual indicators that are completely isolated from the process liquid Inside the chamber is a magnetic float that rises and falls with the level of the liquid When the float moves it causes flags inside the chamber to turn and mark the level on an exterior indicator numbered

Ferromagnetism

Ferromagnetism Iron nickel cobalt and some of the rare earths (gadolinium dysprosium) exhibit a unique magnetic behavior which is called ferromagnetism because iron (ferrum in Latin) is the most common and most dramatic example Samarium and neodymium in alloys with cobalt have been used to fabricate very strong rare-earth magnets

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This flow of liquid iron generates electric currents which in turn produce magnetic fields Charged metals passing through these fields go on to create electric currents of their own and so the cycle continues This self-sustaining loop is known as the geodynamo

We've made a new material that is both liquid and magnetic No one has ever observed this before It's pretty similar to ferrofluid actually Both consist of ferromagnetic nanoparticles suspended in a fluid The new magnetic liquid uses iron oxide nanoparticles which is also a popular choice for ferrofluid so there are no surprises there

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Magnetic Fluid (Ferrofluid) Introduction Ferrofluid is a magnetic fluid made out of nanometer sized pieces of iron or various iron oxides suspended in a liquid The shapes and flow of ferrofluid are surprising and beautiful and show how magnetic field lines curve around magnetic

Making such micro-machinery has previously been done by etching silicon in a similar way to how computer chips are made But silicon micro-machinery is difficult to control remotely limiting its uses Since these new shapes are made from polymerised iron they can be rotated or moved around with external magnetic fields

It is true that liquid iron is not ferromagnetic but that is because it is above its Curie temperature Liquid iron is however paramagnetic and thus will be weakly attracted to a magnet Just goes to show that a thousand upvotes does not guarantee a correct answer

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Magnetic Fluid (Ferrofluid) Introduction Ferrofluid is a magnetic fluid made out of nanometer sized pieces of iron or various iron oxides suspended in a liquid The shapes and flow of ferrofluid are surprising and beautiful and show how magnetic field lines curve around magnetic

Development of magnetic liquid metal suspensions for magnetohydrodynamics Florian Carle and Kunlun Bai Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Yale University New Haven Connecticut 06511 USA Joshua Casara School of Natural Sciences University of California Merced California 95343 USA Kyle Vanderlick

But Earth's core a rotating mix of iron and nickel with internal flows driven by the passage of heat has no battery and no wires Instead it creates magnetism by means of self-sustaining feedback Liquid metal moving through a magnetic field generates a current similar to that induced in the moving coil of an electric generator That

Ferromagnetism Iron nickel cobalt and some of the rare earths (gadolinium dysprosium) exhibit a unique magnetic behavior which is called ferromagnetism because iron (ferrum in Latin) is the most common and most dramatic example Samarium and neodymium in alloys with cobalt have been used to fabricate very strong rare-earth magnets

As you surmise liquid iron is going to be well above its Curie temperature and thus not a permanent magnet Rather the strong presumption is that it's a boot-strapping dynamo driven by convection in the outer core (from radioactive and/or chem