Meaning of ferromagnetism in English:

ferromagnetism

Pronunciation /ˌfɛrə(ʊ)ˈmaɡnɪtɪz(ə)m/

noun

Physics

See ferromagnetic

‘Strictly speaking, there are no examples of materials in which singlet superconductivity and ferromagnetism co-exist.’
  • ‘However, they have revealed problems with existing theories of ferromagnetism and superconductivity that are likely to keep researchers busy for some time to come.’
  • ‘Permanent magnetism, or ferromagnetism, is a rare property of molecular structures.’
  • ‘Pauli's basic model was wrong, as it considered only orbital magnetism; spin, still undiscovered in 1920, has a major role both in ferromagnetism and in the anomalous Zeeman effect.’
  • ‘It loses its ferromagnetism when what is called the Curie point is reached.’