Deflecting magnetic field - possible ??

Hey guys,
I was wondering, are there are any material out there capable of deflecting magnetic field ??
example: Such as lenses, mirrors and gravitational forces deflects lights

Thanks

Iron and other magnetic materials.

You can shield a magnetic field using mumetal.

Gravitational forces deflects lights

Gravity deflects everything. If you can find something it does not deflect then there is Nobel prise waiting for you.

What are you actually trying to do?

Gravity aside, I know of no way to "deflect" magnetic waves. You can channel them somewhat using different metals.

You also must consider that magnetic "waves" do not go on forever like light, their path must return to the source, making them more like loops.

Every conductor deflects em waves, obviously. Heard of waveguides?

I think you are talking about lines of magnetic force, which are not waves (more properly we talk of
magnetic flux). A piece of iron channels lines of force/flux extremely effectively, no question of
“somewhat”, its a massive effect, upto 100,000 fold more than air for some special alloys, typically over
1000 for most iron and steel.

gitduino:
Hey guys,
I was wondering, are there are any material out there capable of deflecting magnetic field ??
example: Such as lenses, mirrors and gravitational forces deflects lights

Thanks

Materials? No, but magnetic fields deflect magnetic fields. Do you have equipment to detect magnetic field deflection?

Paul