Describe the different types of magnetism that materials can display and account for their origins.

gemauert79 2022-09-27 Answered
Describe the different types of magnetism that materials can display and account for their origins.
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June Rowland
Answered 2022-09-28 Author has 6 answers
Magnetism is the force of attraction or repulsion exerted by magnets, it is caused by the motion of electric charge.
Types of magnetism are-
1. Diamagnetism- Diamagnetic material exhibits diamagnetism. It is a weak form of magnetism, in this material are not attracted to magnetic field. Diamagnetic material usually get repelled from magnet.
In this material forms magnetic field is opposite to externally applied magnetic force and is repelled by magnetic field.
2. Paramagnetism - Paramagnetic material exhibits para magnetism. It have most unpaired electrons. These material tends to get weakly magnetize in direction of magnetizing field when it is placed in the magnetic field.
These have a permanent magnetic and dipole moment.
3. Ferromagnetism - It have strong magnetic attraction even at a time of absence of external magnetic field. These area magnetize in direction field and are strongly attached to magnet.
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