ferrimagnetic

adjective
fer·​ri·​mag·​net·​ic | \ ˌfer-ˌī-mag-ˈne-tik, ˌfer-i-\

Definition of ferrimagnetic

: of or relating to a substance (such as ferrite) characterized by magnetization in which two types of ions of unequal magnetic moment are polarized in opposite directions

Other Words from ferrimagnetic

ferrimagnet \ ˈfer-​ˌī-​ˌmag-​nət , ˈfer-​i-​ \ noun
ferrimagnetically \ ˌfer-​ˌī-​mag-​ˈne-​ti-​k(ə-​)lē , ˌfer-​i-​ \ adverb
ferrimagnetism \ ˌfer-​ˌī-​ˈmag-​nə-​ˌti-​zəm , ˌfer-​i-​ \ noun

First Known Use of ferrimagnetic

1951, in the meaning defined above

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