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ferromagnetic

A material, such as iron and nickel, that can be easily magnetized. See MRAM.
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- Incidents where ferromagnetic objects unintentionally entered the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner room
We are excited and grateful to be the first group to experimentally demonstrate and add the fourth ferromagnetic element at room temperature to the periodic table," said University of Minnesota Robert F.
It is shown that CPS provides a significant increase in the current of a high-frequency inductor when feeding the resonant EMA transducers, thereby increasing electromagnetic energy transformation into high-frequency mechanical one in electrically conductive and ferromagnetic materials.
It is known that, in the spectra of a polycrystalline ferromagnetic material with [[bar.m].sub.Fe] [up arrow][down arrow] [B.sub.hf] in a magnetic field whose direction is parallel to that of the magnetic vector of incident radiation, which was realized in this study, two changes are observed: the ratio of the elementary sextet line intensities changes from 3 : 2 : 1 to 3:0:1, and p([B.sub.hf]) is shifted into the region of smaller values by the amount of the applied magnetic field.
The coupling between the ferroelectric and ferromagnetic property distributions can be through the coupling of the spontaneous polarization ([P.sub.s]) of ferroelectric materials and the spontaneous ferromagnetic magnetization ([m.sub.s]), but this magnetoelectric coupling does not happen automatically [15].
No ferromagnetic behavior was observed in the 1% or 5% Co:ZnO films.
The piezoresistive effect describes the change in the electrical resistance of a material caused by the applied stress, whereas the magnetoelastic effect refers to the change in magnetization and consequent inductance of ferromagnetic materials caused by the applied stress.
Finally, magnetic signal not only shows transitions of Mn-Si, [Mn.sub.4][Si.sub.7], and [Mn.sub.5][Si.sub.3], but also gives a ferromagnetic signal of diluted magnetic semiconductor [Mn.sub.x][Si.sub.1-x] (x = 0.03-0.05).
Domain Surgical's patented ferromagnetic technology is based on the principle of ferromagnetic heating.
Magnetic fluid or magneto-fluid is a kind of colloidal solution with ultrafine ferromagnetic particles with grain diameter of 10 nm and interfacial agent dispersed steadily in liquid.
The nanoparticles are ferromagnetic, ferrimagnetic, antiferrimagnetic, and/or graphene functionalized with hydroxyl, amine, carboxylic acid, mercapto, isocyanate, and acrylate groups.