Small amounts of magnetism that remain in a material after being exposed to magnetic force.
The distance in which a magnetic field will extend from the magnet source.
A test of holding value or breakaway force and reach out, usually conducted with a flat ferrous plate or ferrous sphere and a spring scale.
Steel plates attached to the north and south poles of a magnet which direct the lines of flux and can control the gradient of the magnetic field.
The unit of magnetic intensity in the cgs (centimeter-gram-second) system that describes magnetic force.
The pole of a magnet that when freely suspended would point to the north magnetic pole of the earth.
Mega Gauss Oersted.