A property of magnetic material, measured in Oersteds (Oe) or Amperes per meter units (A/M), used as a measure of the amount of coercive force required to reduce the magnetic induction to zero from its remnant state (demagnetization). Generally used as a measure of the difficulty with which magnetic Information System (IS) storage devices can be degaussed.

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