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Magnetic Materials, what stops flux lines?

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Default Magnetic Materials, what stops flux lines?



There are several type of magnetic materials. What kind has the effect of stopping magnetic lines of flux?

If you placed 2 alnico bar magnets 1/4" apart, north poles towards each other, and you moved a sheet of this flux stopping material between them, would you need to push harder than than you would need to through air to push the material between the magnets?
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