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Curie temperature is the one above which

  1. Paramagnetic substance changes of ferromagnetic    
  2. Paramagnetic changes to diamagnetic    
  3. Diamagnetic changes to paramagnetic    
  4. Ferromagnetic changes to paramagnetic    

The correct answer is: Ferromagnetic changes to paramagnetic


    The curie temperature or curie point of a ferromagnetic material is the temperature above which it looses its characteristic ferromagnetic ability to possess a net magnetization in the absence of an external magnetic field. Hence, above curie temperature material is purely paramagnetic.

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