[ US /ˌfɛɹoʊˈmæɡnəˌtɪzəm/ ]
  1. phenomenon exhibited by materials like iron (nickel or cobalt) that become magnetized in a magnetic field and retain their magnetism when the field is removed
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How To Use ferromagnetism In A Sentence

  • Because of the key role in high-temperature superconductivity, most studies in the field have focused on antiferromagnetism. Nano Tech Wire
  • In summary we can say that Dirac's spin interpretation cannot be used to reject ideas about the orbital nature of ferromagnetism and that there is an essential reaction density trapped in any magnetic field. Chapter 4
  • Three states of magnetism have long been recognised, die -, para - and ferromagnetism. Nobel Prize in Physics 1970 - Presentation Speech
  • Hey DLV, KJ, Chris, Aharon, Barbara thanks for being "first" ers here tonight. paul am i the only one here who seems to hear the coin reverb sound even when i'm listening to something other than sound and safe? speaking as a scientist, i cannot even begin to express the terror which ripped through the scientific community when we learned that ICP had clued in to the fact that we've been lying about ferromagnetism this whole time. we're just afraid they'll call us on that wave-particle duality bullshit we've been selling. that'll be pretty much the end of the gravy train. WFMU's recent playlists
  • Pauli's basic model was wrong, as it considered only orbital magnetism; spin, still undiscovered in 1920, has a major role both in ferromagnetism and in the anomalous Zeeman effect.
  • Orientation relying on magnitism must have error if there is ferromagnetism around the seismometer.
  • I remember being in Electricity and Magnetism class at college, when we were talking about ferromagnetism," says Joel Bonasera, Program Specialist at Boing Boing
  • Examples are the transition between liquid and gas and the transition between ferromagnetism and paramagnetism. Press Release: The 1982 Nobel Prize in Physics
  • 1970 Nobel Prize awarded to Louis Néel "for fundamental work and discoveries concerning antiferromagnetism and ferrimagnetism which have led to important applications in solid state physics". The Nobel Prize in Physics 2007
  • It loses its ferromagnetism when what is called the Curie point is reached.
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