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Kern Technik GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

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RCT Reichelt Chemietechnik GmbH + Co., Germany

The Baden company is not only nationally active in the sectors of production and process technology, lab technology, fluid technology, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, instrument manufacture, machine construction and metrology, but also in Europe and various countries around the world. Here the com more

Quantifoil Instruments GmbH, Germany

QUANTIFOIL Instruments GmbH - Q.Instruments - is a biotech company which develops, produces and distributes systems for use in life-science research and in histology, cytology, and drug discovery laboratories around the globe. Its product range includes unique thermal lab instruments and novel techn more

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News Magnets

  • Levitating rarities

    Some raw materials are considered critical by the European Commission. These include many representatives from the rare-earth elements group, for which supply bottlenecks are imminent and no simple substitute options in technological applications exist. With currently no economically feasible mining more

  • A look into the magnetic future

    This view into processes that take place within so-​called artificial spin ice could play an important role in the development of novel high-​performance computers. When water freezes to form ice, the water molecules, with their hydrogen and oxygen atoms, arrange themselves in a complex structure. W more

  • Visualization of the origin of magnetic forces by atomic resolution electron microscopy

    The joint development team of Professor Shibata (the University of Tokyo), JEOL Ltd. and Monash University succeeded in directly observing an atomic magnetic field, the origin of magnets (magnetic force), for the first time in the world. The observation was conducted using the newly developed Magnet more

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Infographics Magnets

The Chemistry of an Electric Guitar

Electric guitars, on the face of it, might not seem to have much to do with chemistry. However, the materials that make them up are carefully chosen for their chemical properties, without which they simply wouldn’t function. In this graphic, we take a look at some of these materials, and their typic more

Definition

Magnet

Magnet A magnet is a material or object that produces a magnetic field . A "hard" or "permanent" magnet is one which stays magnetized for a long time, such as magnets often used on refrigerator doors. Permanent magnets occur naturally in some r ... more

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