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Two-dimensional (2D) intrinsic ferromagnets with high Curie temperature (TC) are desirable for spintronic applications. Using systematic first-principles calculations, we investigate the electronic and magnetic properties of 22 monolayer 2D materials with layered bulk phases. From these candidates, we screen out five ferromagnetic monolayer MEASUREMENT 2015, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference, Smolenice, Slovakia . Application of Preisach Model to Low Loss Ferromagnetic Materials