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I have a magnet with N52 designation whose remanence/residual magnetization $B_r = 1.4 T$. Magnet has dimension $50\times 20\times 5\text{ mm}$. My question is how to find magnet`s magnetization $\vec{M}$ using these parameters?

My approach so far has been finding magnetic dipole moment using formula from Wikipedia:

$$\vec{m} = \frac{1}{\mu}\vec{B_r}V$$

where $V$ is the volume of the magnet and $\vec{B_r}$ is the residual flux density or remanence. I struggle to convert this magnetic dipole moment to magnetization $\vec{M}$. Is this the correct approach?

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As I recall, the magnetization is the dipole moment / unit volume. Divide your formula by V.

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