Can flux pass through any medium?

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Some one told me that ,by nature, flux an pass through any medium. Is it true? :uhh:
 

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What kind of of flux?
Magnetic flux?
 
ya flux produced by primary winding of transformer
 
I know that there is a shielding material called ultraperm 80 that will block a magnetic field, So I would have to say no, it can't pass through anything.
 
You can reduce magnetic flux with conventional shielding materials, like mu metal, but not stop them. However a superconductor will completely block magnetic flux lines as long as the field strength isn't too large.
 

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