To which class they belong neodymium?

Powerful neodymium permanent magnet. So it relates to the paramagnetic, or rather to feromagnetice? Just found a text where it refers to the antiferromagnets. How to anti, if this is such a powerful magnet? Does not apply to antiferromagnets weakly magnetic materials?
July 9th 19 at 10:21
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July 9th 19 at 10:23
Ferromagnets are substances in which magnetic moments of atoms or ions are in a state of spontaneous magnetic ordering and the resulting magnetic moments of each domain are dierent from zero.

Antiferromagnets are substances in which magnetic moments of atoms or ions are in a state of spontaneous magnetic ordering and the resulting magnetic moments of each domain is zero.

In an external field are magnetized and those and others.
July 9th 19 at 10:25
Neodymium magnets is an alloy. In which in addition to the neodymium iron and boron.
And it becomes antiferromagnetic at temperatures below 20 K the proof can be found here. Up to these temperatures, it - paramagnetic.
And tell me, levitate can only diamagnetics, cooled to state sverkhprovodniki, or paramagnetic, too? - sheldon.Fahey commented on July 9th 19 at 10:28

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