Does Gold Make The Best Solid State Magnet Material?

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.


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