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Materials which are naturally magnetic such as ferrites and garnets
  
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== Subcategories ==
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*'''[[:Category:Amorphous magnetic materials|Amorphous magnetic materials]]''' - magnetic materials with disordered atomic-scale structures
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*'''[[:Category:Antiferromagnetic materials|Antiferromagnetic materials]]''' - materials where the magnetic vectors of atoms align in a regular pattern in opposite directions
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*'''[[:Category:Ferrimagnetic films|Ferrimagnetic films]]''' - films where the magnetic moments of atoms are opposed, but, unlike in antiferromagnetic materials, the opposing moments are unequal
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*'''[[:Category:Ferrimagnetic materials|Ferrimagnetic materials]]''' - materials where the magnetic moments of atoms are opposed, but, unlike in antiferromagnetic materials, the opposing moments are unequal
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*'''[[:Category:Ferrite films|Ferrite films]]''' - films that use chemical compounds where iron(III) oxide is their principal component, typically magnetic
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*'''[[:Category:Ferrites|Ferrites]]''' - chemical compounds where iron(III) oxide is the principal component
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*'''[[:Category:Garnet films|Garnet films]]''' - films using garnet minerals
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*'''[[:Category:Garnets|Garnets]]''' - nesosilicate minerals used as gemstones or abrasives
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*'''[[:Category:Magnetic films|Magnetic films]]''' - films utilizing magnetic material
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*'''[[:Category:Magnetic liquids|Magnetic liquids]]''' - liquids that have magnetic properties
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*'''[[:Category:Magnetic semiconductors|Magnetic semiconductors]]''' - semiconductors that also exhibit ferromagnetism
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*'''[[:Category:Magnetic superlattices|Magnetic superlattices]]''' - a periodic structure of layers of two or more materials (usually in the nanometer range) that exhibit magnetic properties
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*'''[[:Category:Paramagnetic materials|Paramagnetic materials]]''' - a form of magnetic a material which are only attracted when in the presence of a magnetic field, but have no magnetism in the absence of such a field
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*'''[[:Category:Soft magnetic materials|Soft magnetic materials]]''' - magnetic materials with low coercivity, or the intensity of the magnetic field
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Materials which are naturally magnetic such as ferrites and garnets

Subcategories

  • Amorphous magnetic materials - magnetic materials with disordered atomic-scale structures
  • Antiferromagnetic materials - materials where the magnetic vectors of atoms align in a regular pattern in opposite directions
  • Ferrimagnetic films - films where the magnetic moments of atoms are opposed, but, unlike in antiferromagnetic materials, the opposing moments are unequal
  • Ferrimagnetic materials - materials where the magnetic moments of atoms are opposed, but, unlike in antiferromagnetic materials, the opposing moments are unequal
  • Ferrite films - films that use chemical compounds where iron(III) oxide is their principal component, typically magnetic
  • Ferrites - chemical compounds where iron(III) oxide is the principal component
  • Garnet films - films using garnet minerals
  • Garnets - nesosilicate minerals used as gemstones or abrasives
  • Magnetic films - films utilizing magnetic material
  • Magnetic liquids - liquids that have magnetic properties
  • Magnetic semiconductors - semiconductors that also exhibit ferromagnetism
  • Magnetic superlattices - a periodic structure of layers of two or more materials (usually in the nanometer range) that exhibit magnetic properties
  • Paramagnetic materials - a form of magnetic a material which are only attracted when in the presence of a magnetic field, but have no magnetism in the absence of such a field
  • Soft magnetic materials - magnetic materials with low coercivity, or the intensity of the magnetic field