The Ability of a Material to Remain Magnetized After Removal of the Magnetizing Force is Known as

By Aina Parasher|Updated : July 4th, 2022

The ability of a material to remain magnetized after removal of the magnetizing force is known as-

  1. Permeability
  2. Reluctance
  3. Hysteresis
  4. Retentivity

Answer: Option D. Retentivity

The ability of a material to remain magnetized after removal of the magnetizing force is known as retentivity.

Solution

Ferromagnets will tend to stay magnetized to some extent even after being subjected to an external magnetic field.

The ability of a material to remain magnetized after removal of the magnetizing force is known as magnetic retentivity (or) remanence.

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