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Ferromagnetic
Jul 16, 2018

Ferromagnetic, refers to the magnetic state of a material, with spontaneous magnetization phenomenon.
The most well-known materials in the iron, so famous. Some materials are magnetized after the external magnetic field, even if the external magnetic field disappears, still can maintain its magnetization state and have magnetism, namely the so-called spontaneous magnetization phenomenon.
All permanent magnets are ferromagnetic or ferrous. Basically the concept of ferromagnetic includes any substance that shows magnetism when there is no external magnetic field. This concept is still being used so far. But through a more profound understanding of the different magnetic materials and their magnetism, scholars have made a more precise definition of the concept. It is called ferromagnetic when all the magnetic ions in the cell of a substance point to its magnetic direction. If only a part of the ion's magnetic field points to its magnetic direction, it is called the ferrous ferromagnetic.
If the direction of the magnetic ions is precisely offset (although all the magnetic ions point to only two opposite directions) is called the anti-ferromagnetic. The magnetic phenomenon of matter has a critical temperature at which it will occur. For ferromagnetic and ferrous ferromagnetic materials, this temperature is called Curie temperature;
For the anti ferromagnetic material, this temperature is called the Neil Temperature.
Some people think that the attraction between magnets and ferromagnetic materials is the earliest understanding of magnetism.
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