It is high density and conductivity, but does it’s pliability affect how strong the magnetic field can be, or does it’s density compensate for that problem? Would it be better to use a gold to allow for consistent mass polarity? I think it might depend on how much gold you are using. What is an ideal solid state compound for a magnet? I am thinking about an algebraic energy analysis of ideal persistence, assuming that materials and energy are highly available, but needs are high.
For example, if I have a university train levitation system across a planetary surface which is highly nodal.