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   The strength of the magnet can be measured by the strength of flux density produce by its magnetic field in reference to a determine distance. This can be measured by the use of a Gauss Meter . The unit of measure is gauss( centimeter-gram- second or maxwell per square centimeter).  By: Frederick de Leon                                                                                          Electronics & Acoustic Design Engineering                                                           Meadow Park Laboratories                                                                                        BK10, Lt 5, Meadow Park                                                                                              Molino 4, Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines 4102                                                       Cellphone: +639175271849  Email: <A href="mailto:freddiedeleon@gmail.com">freddiedeleon@gmail.com</A>                       
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