Demagnetizing Neodymium magnets in a candle flame?

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Is it possible to partly demagnetize neodymium magnets in the flame of a candle?
Those magnets are made up of Neodymium, Iron and Borium.
They have a Nickel-Copper-Nickel coating.
The Curie temperature for Neodymium magnets is 310-400°C.
Neodymium (magnetic powder) burns but does the coating prevent that?
How does Nickel and Copper react to high temperatures?
 

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The Curious Temp to
partly demagnetize neodymium magnets
is ~ 80-200°C
I suggest a... boiling party ツ
 

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