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Difference of isotropic and anisotropic magnet

Difference of isotropic and anisotropic magnet

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Dear all!

pls tell me the difference of isotropic and anisotropic magnet. As far as i know they are difference in the way they are produced: Isotropic magnet is produced without the magnetic force but anisotropic magnet.

Regarding to their magnetic property, are they much different?

One more question on Ferrite production, I have studied about how Ferrite is produced. There are two ways: "dry press" and "wet press". Does any one has any idea about its production procedure ? pls advise me

Thanks for your kind help

RE: Difference of isotropic and anisotropic magnet

and yes, magnets that are anisotropic (have a preferred magnetization direction) will be significantly stronger.

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RE: Difference of isotropic and anisotropic magnet

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Dear IRstuff and EdStainless.

thanks for kind help very much

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