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Three identical bars A, B and C are made of different magnetic materials. When kept in a uniform magnetic field, the field lines around them look as given in the figure . Make the correspondence of these bars with their material being diamagnetic (D), ferromagnetic (F) and paramagnetic (P) .
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  1. AF,BD,CP
  2. AD,BP,CF
  3. AF,BP,CD
  4. AP,BF,CD

A
AD,BP,CF
B
AF,BD,CP
C
AF,BP,CD
D
AP,BF,CD
Solution
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Magnet A is allowing all the field lines passing through it , therefore it is ferromagnetic.
Magnet B is repelling the field lines therefore it is diamagnet.
Magnet C is attracting the field lines therefore it is paramagnet.

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