ferromagnetism (rus. ферромагнетизм) — the effect of spontaneous magnetisation at the temperature below the Curie point.


Spontaneous magnetisation at temperatures below the Curie point is due to the long-range order of magnetic moments of atoms, ions, or itinerant electrons, when those moments are codirectional. The ferromagnetic order is controlled by the exchange coupling of magnetic moments.


  • Khokhlov Dmitry R.

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