Magnetic Materials


Coercivity is defined as the value of the magnetising field at which the intensity of magnetisation becomes zero. It is also known as coercive field.

Hence, the coercivity of a material is a measure of the strength of the reverse magnetising field required to finish out the residual magnetism of the magnetic material.

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