Curie temperatures for some ferromagnetic substances

Curie temperatures for some ferromagnetic substances

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Curie temperatures for some ferromagnetic substances
iron (Fe) 1,043 K
cobalt (Co) 1,394 K
nickel (Ni)    631 K
gadolinium (Gd)    293 K
manganese arsenide (MnAs)    318 K
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