hard magnetic material

hard magnetic material

[′härd mag¦ned·ik mə′tir·ē·əl]
(metallurgy)
A metal having a high coercive force which gives a large magnetic hysteresis.
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It is a familiar hard magnetic material possessing high saturation magnetization and coercivity than zinc and nickel ferrites.
The coercivity is mostly related to whether the magnetic material is a soft or a hard magnetic material, i.
In dentistry, so called hard magnetic materials, which generate static or constant fields, are used.