Typically when speaking of magnetism in metals, “ferromagnetism” is implied. That is, what metals stick to magnets. Ferrous metals include iron, nickle, and cobalt, among a few others. Non-ferrous (non-ferromagnetic) metals, such as gold, copper, aluminum, and lead react to magnetic fields, but it is on a much smaller scale and there is no permanent effect — they cannot be “magnetized”.
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