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I was curious about curie temperatures of magnets. I though what if the heat was applied not to the magnet but the piece of iron I was playing around with. When I heated it red hot the magnet would not stick. Here is the strange thing... when I heated the iron to almost white hot with the torch it bent away from the magnet appearing if it was now stongly diamagnetic! Is this a usual property of what happens when different temperatures are applied to a paramagnetic material?
Re: How does heat affect the paramagnetism of iron.
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