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When a ferromagnetic substance goes through hysteresis loop,magnetic susceptibility___________ a)remains constant b)may be zero c)may be infinite d)may be negative

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It's positive and so as per me "C" should be the answer. Just read on wikipedia. And also if it's pure feromagnetic then it has to have infinite suscepitance. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic_susceptibility
But the answer given is b,c,d
i did not know it was multiple choice. I took it to be, one right answer. and I assumed an Ideal feromagnet. you know the hysteresis loops curve?

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