Neodymium Magnets

Neodymium Magnet (Large Trapezoid)

Neodymium Magnet (Large Trapezoid)

$9.95
20 points (Avail: 0)
~0.47 in. x.75 in. x 1.3 in.
In Stock
Item #: M-100
Neodymium Magnet (Small Disk)

Neodymium Magnet (Small Disk)

$3.50
7 points (Avail: 0)
~0.125 thick x 0.5 in. dia.
In Stock
Item #: M-150
Neodymium Magnet (Large Disk)

Neodymium Magnet (Large Disk)

$7.95
16 points (Avail: 0)
~1 in. dia x 0.25 in. thick
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Item #: M-165
Neodymium Magnet (Cylinder with Hole)

Neodymium Magnet (Cylinder with Hole)

$4.50
9 points (Avail: 0)
~0.75 in. OD; 0.375 in. ID; 0.25 in. thick
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Item #: M-180
Large Neodymium Sphere 0.75 in. Dia. (1.9 cm)

Large Neodymium Sphere 0.75 in. Dia. (1.9 cm)

$10.75
22 points (Avail: 0)
price each
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Item #: M-190
Neodymium Magnet (Extra Large Cylinder)

Neodymium Magnet (Extra Large Cylinder)

$16.95
34 points (Avail: 0)
~0.875 in. OD x 1 in. high
In Stock
Item #: M-195

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Neodymium Magnet Experimenter's Set

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100 points (Avail: 0)
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Neodymium is one of the most powerful magnet materials in the world and has a high resistance to demagnetization. These magnets can be used for a variety of incredible experiments, such as removing the iron from fortified breakfast cereal, and attracting the magnetic ink in a dollar bill. These magnets are used in computer disk drives, motors, and loud speakers. An incredible value! Not intended for children under 12 years.

Note: All Rare Earth magnets, such as neodymium magnets, are made of a ceramic and can be brittle. They are extremely strong magnetically must be handled with caution to avoid damage to the magnets and/or injury. Fingers can be pinched between attracting magnets and magnets can chip or break if allowed to 'jump' at an attracting surface or another magnet. Close adult supervision is required.

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