Curie Temperature

The temperature above which a ferromagnetic or ferrimagnetic material becomes paramagnetic.

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The Curie Temperature is the temperature at which the crystalline structure changes from a piezoelectric to a non-piezoelectric, form. At this temperature PZT (Plumbum "lead" Zirconate Titanate) ceramics lose their piezoelectric properties.

See also: Curie-Weiss Law, Paramagnetism.

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Subjects: Mechanical Engineering Physics