Definition of Ferromagnetic

1. Adjective. Relating to or demonstrating ferromagnetism.

Partainyms: Ferromagnetism
Derivative terms: Ferromagnetism



Definition of Ferromagnetic

1. Adjective. (physics) of a material, such as iron or nickel, that is easily magnetized ¹

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Definition of Ferromagnetic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ferromagnetic

ferrohexahydrites
ferroholmquistite
ferrohornblende
ferroic
ferroics
ferroin
ferrokaersutite
ferrokentbrooksite
ferrokinesis
ferrokinetic
ferrokinetics
ferrolyomesophase
ferromagnesian
ferromagnet
ferromagnetic (current term)
ferromagnetically
ferromagnetics
ferromagnetism
ferromagnetisms
ferromagnets
ferromanganese
ferromanganeses
ferrometal
ferrometals
ferronematic
ferronickelplatinum
ferroniobium
ferropaper
ferropargasite

Literary usage of Ferromagnetic

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1. Measurements for Competitiveness in Electronics (1994)
"ferromagnetic Materials • ferromagnetic materials are capable of generating ... The importance of ferromagnetic materials comes from the fact that the ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"Magnetic Studies of Mechanical Deformation in Certain ferromagnetic Metals and Alloys BY H. HANEMANN AND PAUL D. MERICA,* BA, PH. ..."

3. Radio Engineering Principles by Henri Lauer, Harry Leonard Brown (1919)
"ferromagnetic Methods of Modulation.—As mentioned previously, vacuum tube modulation although theoretically practicable for any amount of power, ..."

4. The Magnetic Circuit in Theory and Practice by Henri Dubois, Henri Eduard Johan Godfried Du Bois, Edmund Atkinson (1896)
"10. ferromagnetic Toroid; Magnetic Induction. — Let us now turn to the ferromagnetic toroid ; under the same circumstances, ..."

5. Radio Telephony by Alfred Norton Goldsmith (1918)
"(h) ferromagnetic CONTROL SYSTEMS. We pass now to a highly valuable group of control systems wherein the magnetic properties of the iron cores of ..."

6. Metallography by Samuel Leslie Hoyt (1920)
"In general, however, the alloys of the ferromagnetic metals among each ... Ai = 0.02 mT2/ML Compounds of ferromagnetic metals with other metals are not ..."

7. Theory and Calculations of Electrical Circuits by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1917)
"With the exception of a few ferromagnetic substances, the magnetic permeability of all materials, conductors and dielectrics, gases, liquids and solids, ..."

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