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Paramagnetism is normally stronger than diamagnetism, and the effect varies inversely with temperature. Below the Curie temperature, certain paramagnetic materials exhibit ferromagnetism. Examples of paramagnetic materials at room temperature include aluminum (Al), manganese (Mn), platinum (Pt), oxygen (gas and liquid), and rare earth ions.What are paramagnetic materials?
Paramagnetic materials include oxygen and ions of various metals like Fe (iron), Mg (magnesium), and Gd (gadolinium). These ions have unpaired electrons, resulting in a positive magnetic susceptibility. The magnitude of this susceptibility is less than 0.1% of that of ferromagnetic materials.What is the difference between a diamagnetic and a paramagnetic?
Difference between paramagnetic and diamagnetic Paramagnetic materials. The paramagnetic materials are weakly attracted towards a magnet. ... Diamagnetic materials. Due to the paired electrons between the atoms, these materials cannot generate their magnetic field. Paramagnetic vs. Diamagnetic. ... FAQs. ...