Magnetic Materials

Magnetism is the force applied by attractions when they attract or repel with each other. Electrical currents and the glamorous moments of essential patches give rise to a glamorous field, which acts on other currents and glamorous moments. Glamorous accoutrements are accoutrements studied and used mainly for their glamorous parcels. The glamorous response of accoutrements is largely determined by the glamorous dipole moment connected with the natural angular instigation, or spin, of its electrons. A material’s response to an applied glamorous field can be classified as follows:

  • Ferromagnetic Materials
  • Diamagnetic Materials
  • Paramagnetic Materials

Iron, cobalt, nickel, neodymium and their alloys are usually highly ferromagnetic and are used to make permanent magnets.

  • Iron
  • Cobalt
  • Nickel

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