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Explain the curie-Weiss theory in detail.


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Curie-Weiss theory:

  1. The Curie-Weiss law is an important law in electromagnetism that states that magnetic susceptibility in the paramagnetic region is greater than the Curie temperature point of a ferromagnet.
  2. A magnet's magnetic moment is a quantity that determines its torque in an external magnetic field.
  3. A magnetic moment can be found in a bar magnet, an electric current loop, a molecule, and an electron, for example.

Curie temperature:

  1. In nature, it is the temperature at which a ferromagnetic material becomes paramagnetic.
  2. That is the temperature at which a magnetic material loses its magnetic property completely.

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