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  • List Of Ferromagnetic Metals

List Of Ferromagnetic Metals

List Of Ferromagnetic Metals Ferromagnetism, the ability of a substance to magnetize, is a property that depends on the chemical composition, crystalline structure, temperature and microscopic organization of the material. Metals and alloys are most likely to exhibit ferromagnetism, but even lithium gas has also been shown to be magnetic when cooled to less than [...]

  • A COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF FERROMAGNETIC MATERIALS

A COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF FERROMAGNETIC MATERIALS

A COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF FERROMAGNETIC MATERIALS Metals and magnetism go hand in hand. Magnetism, whether it’s strong or weak, is a characteristic of metal along with conductivity, malleability, and ductility. But just as metals can be ductile but not malleable, or malleable but not ductile, magnetism isn’t a condition to be taken for granted. Metal [...]

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  • Who Discovered Magnets and Other Rare Facts

Who Discovered Magnets and Other Rare Facts

Who Discovered Magnets and Other Rare Facts We all know that magnets attract iron particles. We have seen fridge magnets, other decorative articles, and even some toys that use magnets. We have heard of the applications of magnetism in daily life. But have we thought of who must have discovered magnets and when? Who [...]

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  • cutting ferrite magnets

What are the difficulties when cutting ferrite magnets?

What are the difficulties when cutting ferrite magnets? A ferrite magnet is a metal oxide having ferromagnetism. In terms of electrical characteristics, ferrite magnets have much higher electrical resistivity than metal and alloy magnetic materials, and also have higher dielectric functions. The magnetic function of the ferrite magnet also exhibits a high magnetic permeability at [...]

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