Definition of Ferromagnets

1. Noun. (plural of ferromagnet) ¹



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Definition of Ferromagnets

1. ferromagnet [n] - See also: ferromagnet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ferromagnets

ferroin
ferrokaersutite
ferrokentbrooksite
ferrokinesis
ferrokinetic
ferrokinetics
ferrolyomesophase
ferromagnesian
ferromagnet
ferromagnetic
ferromagnetically
ferromagnetics
ferromagnetism
ferromagnetisms
ferromagnets (current term)
ferromanganese
ferromanganeses
ferrometal
ferrometals
ferronematic
ferronickelplatinum
ferroniobium
ferropaper
ferropargasite
ferropericlase
ferropericlases
ferropnictide
ferropnictides
ferroporphyrin

Literary usage of Ferromagnets

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1. Electronic Structure of Ferromagnet-Insulator Interfaces: Fe/MgO and Co/MgO by Martina Mueller (2007)
"In localized ferromagnets, which are represented by the 4/ or 5/ rare-earth metals, the magnetic moment is carried by localized electrons, which are only ..."

2. Globalization of Materials R&d: Time for a National Strategy by National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"These include research on “hard” ferromagnets for more efficient, smaller, and lighter electric generators and motors; research on “soft” ..."

3. Measurements for Competitiveness in Electronics (1994)
"Ferromagnetic materials with low coercivity are referred to as soft ferromagnets. The direction of their magnetization is easily reversed by reversing the ..."

4. Opportunities In High Magnetic Field Science by National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"... as ferromagnets, the magnetic moments of adjacent atoms tend to line up in parallel, yielding an ordered state that has a macroscopic magnetic moment. ..."

5. Dynamics & Stochastics: Festschrift in Honour of M.S. Keane by Dee Denteneer, F. den Hollander, M. S. Keane, Evgeny Verbitskiy (2006)
"... are based on considering the ferromagnetic situation with random boundary conditions, where the J and the J' are constants (J < 0 for ferromagnets), ..."

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