Subject: how linear is the 'curie effect'.
Date: Sat May 3 16:56:41 2003
Posted by Scott
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: Carmichael State/Province: CA
Country: United States
Area of science: Physics
I'm trying to get a feeling for how much a ferromagnetic material loses its
magnetic properties as the curie temperature is approached. For example, with
a curie temperature of 800C, will a material have 70% of its magnetic
properties at 750C or does it retain 99% right up until it reaches 800C?
Re: how linear is the 'curie effect'.
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