Rare-earth metals are minerals that are chemically synthesized and refined in order to create these rare earth magnets. The most commonly occurring rare earth metals include aluminium, boron, calcium, strontium, titanium, iron, phosphorous, silicon, vanadium, titanium, iodine, phosphorous, rhodium, palladium, selenide, selenium, strontium, yttrium, zirconium, zinc, cadmium, aluminum and iron. Rare-earth metals are important for a variety of applications because they have characteristics that make them highly functional. In particular, they have been used in medical implants because they have high conductivity and medical use is limited only to the rarer variants of these minerals. For this reason, the rare earth metals are used to build the magnetic energy generators. Because the generators do not emit harmful emissions into the atmosphere, their production has become an environmentally friendly process.
Because magnets are made up of smaller particles than typical conductors, they have high field strengths. They are used in many applications requiring strong holding in one position while they are being used. For example, in magnetic generators, the magnets generate kinetic energy with the kinetic energy being stored in a battery. This enables the generators to run without an electrical plug-in. In addition to this, the small size of these magnets make them easy to handle less expensively than their larger counterparts, making these magnets suitable for use in smaller applications requiring high field strength.
There are a number of ways to increase the strength of a magnetic field. Many of these methods can reduce the cost of the generator. A better understanding of how the strength of a field varies over time can also help. Understanding the relationship between the strength of a magnetic field and the size of the magnets is important for industrial design as well. For example, it has been proven that the rare-earths magnetic properties can be tuned to make magnets with higher field strengths. This has implications for technology and manufacturing applications requiring the use of large amounts of force and the ability to increase the strength of the force applied.