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In ferromagnetic, anti -ferromagnetic and ferrimagnetic materials, the atomic thermal motions counteract the coupling forces between the adjacent atomic dipole moments, thereby causing (a) Some dipole misalignment regardless of whether an external field is present (b) Increase in dipole alignment regardless of whether an external field is present (c) No effect on dipole alignment (d) Atoms tend to de -randomize the direction of moments

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In ferromagnetic, anti -ferromagnetic and ferrimagnetic materials, the atomic thermal motions counteract the coupling forces between the adjacent atomic dipole moments, thereby causing Some dipole misalignment regardless of whether an external field is present

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