ferrimagnet


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ferrimagnet

(ˌfɛrɪˈmæɡnət)
n
a ferrimagnetic substance such as magnetite
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Okawa, Cover Picture:Structure and Magnetic Properties of a Chiral Two-Dimensional Ferrimagnet with TC of 38 K, Angew.
Lin et al., "Origin of metallic behavior in Ni[Co.sub.2][O.sub.4] ferrimagnet," Scientific Reports, vol.
According to the existing literature, cobalt ferrite (Co[Fe.sub.2][O.sub.4]) is an inverse spinel and taken to be collinear ferrimagnet [6], while cobalt chromite, Co[Cr.sub.2][O.sub.4], is a normal spinel with a canted ferromagnetic structure, and its Curie temperature is 97 K [7].
In the present case, the antiferromagnetic interaction is dominant, leading to the formation of a ferrimagnet after irradiation.
The iron oxides that form as corrosion on rebar and other steel elements are mixtures of ferrimagnet crystallites distinguished by differences in stoichiometry and structure.