Definitions for magnetic limit
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
The temperature beyond which a paramagnetic metal cannot be magnetized. The magnetic limit of iron is from a red to a white heat; of cobalt, far beyond a white heat; of chromium, below a red heat; of nickel at about 350° C. (662°F.) of manganese, from 15° C. to 20° C. (59° to 68° F.)
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