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Magnet Demagnetization Temperature

2019-6-17Big demagnetization shall be shown by magnetizing an anisotropy ferrite magnet with low permeance modulus, cooling to a temperature of around -40, and returning to a normal temperature. The graph of the demagnetization is shown in the drawing at right.

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