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I was thinking, that if I make an electromagnet with a strength of at least 10 teslas, (how would I create an electromagnet with a strengh of 10+ teslas?) and then foucus the magnetic field, (I would foucus it by making a cone (that has a closed bottom) out of a powerful magnetic shielding material(such as aluminum, etc.) and then cut out the very top of the cone, so that it has an opening with a very small area.) that the result would be that foucusing the magnetic field would make it stronger, so that if I aim it at matter, that the matter would deform, liquify, or vaporize. Would foucusing a magnetic field make the magnetic field stronger? Would a strong enough magnetic field deform, liquify, or vaporize matter?(I asked this before, but I didn't find anything in the archives that answers this.)
Re: foucusing a powerful magnetic field
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