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Gold, bismuth, copper are such examples. Paramagnetic materials form weak magnets. Aluminium, platinum, NiSO4 etc. are examples of this kind. Ferromagnetic materials develop very strong magnetism. Steel and iron (Fe), nickel (Ni), cobalt (Co) and gadolinium (Gd) are such examples. Depending upon the area under B-H curve, ferromagnetic materials may be either soft magnetic materials or hard magnetic materials. Soft magnetic materials are used as transformer core because hystersis loss is least in them.
It, therefore, causes large and spontaneous polarization. Thus the ferroelectrics are analogous to ferromagnetic materials. Rochelle salt, SrTiO3 (strontium titanate), PbZrO3 (lead-zirconium titanate) are some examples of ferroelectrics. They are used in miniature capacitors, as electro-optic materials, and in sonar devices etc. 8 Piezoelectrics These are those kinds of dielectrics which exhibit piezoelectric effect. According to this effect, an electric field induces a mechanical strain in piezoelectric crystals and vice-versa.
Effects of these factors are determined by Nordheim equation and Matthilssen rule whose complete details are given in chapter 4. 2 Semiconductors These are the solids having energy gap Eg lying in between the conductor and insulator (see art. 7 for classification of solids based on energy gap). Their conductivity is more than that of the dielectrics but less than that of conductors. They are basically electronic materials viz. silicon (Si) and germanium (Ge) in element form. 1 Classification of solids based on energy gap (a) conductor having overlapping energy level, (b) conductor having Eg = 0, (c) conductor, (d) and (e) semiconductors, and (f ) and (g) insulators intrinsic semiconductor.