Definitions for magnetic insulation
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Only approximate insulation of magnetism is possible. There is no perfect insulator. The best ones are only 10,000 times less permeable than iron. Hence lines of force find their way through air and all other substance, being simply crowded together more in paths of iron or other paramagnetic substance.
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