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Magnetic Minerals

Ferromagnetic: Strong magnetism. Stick to magnets and works as a magnet itself.
Cubanite
Maghemite
Mawsonite
Smythite
Ferrimagnetic: Strong magnetism. Stick to magnets and works as a magnet itself.
Greigite
Magnetite
Pyrrhotite (Strength variable)
Titanomaghemite
Paramagnetic: Weak magnetism. Attracted to magnets.
Aeschynite-(Y)
Alabandite
Almandine
Andradite (Weak)
Awaruite (Strong)
Arsenopyrite (After heating)
Berthierite (After melting)
Bornite (After heating)
Braunite (Weak)
Chalcopyrite (After heating)
Chromite (Weak)
Coal
Cobaltite (After heating)
Columbite-(Fe)
Copiapite
Cordierite
Delafossite (After heating)
Fayalite
Ferberite (Weak)
Feroxyhyte
Franklinite
Geikielite
Goethite (After heating)
Greenalite (Moderate)
Haapalaite
Hausmannite
Hematite (After heating)
Ilmenite (Weak)
Ilvaite (Weak)
Iron (Strong)
Jacobsite (Weak)
Karibibite
Klebelsbergite (by Fe3+ contamination)
Laihunite
Löllingite (Lollingite) (After heating)
Magnesioferrite (Strong)
Magnetite (Strong)
Manganosite
Marcasite (After heating)
Millerite (After heating)
Monazite-(Ce)
Morenosite
Platinum (Weak, Fe-bearing varieties)
Pyrite (After heating)
Pyrolusite
Pyrophanite
Pyroxmangite (After heating)
Pyrrhotite (Strength variable)
Renierite
Rhodonite
Schorl (Weak)
Siderite
Silver
Sphalerite
Sylvanite (After heating)
Taenite
Tantalite-(Fe)
Tephroite
Tetraferroplatinum (Strong)
Tochilinite
Tulameenite
Valleriite
Xenotime-(Y)
Antiferromagnetic: Weak magnetism. Paramagnetic above Néel Temperature, no magnetic moment.
MnO, NiO
Chalcopyrite
Hematite
Troilite
Diamagnetic: Repulse to magnets.
Albite
Anorthite
Antimony
Baryte
Bismuth
Borax
Calcite
Corundum
Diamond
Enstatite
Epsomite
Forsterite
Gold
Goslarite
Graphite
Ice
Kaolinite
Ludlamite
Mercury
Muscovite
Nitratine
Orthoclase
Quartz
Sulphur
Wollastonite