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  • 141 magnetic induction — n. 1. The process that makes a substance magnetic (temporarily or permanently). Syn: magnetization, magnetisation. [WordNet 1.5] 2. Same as {magnetic field strength}. Syn: magnetic intensity, magnetic flux density. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 142 magnetic monopole — (Physics), a hypothetical subatomic particle having only one type of magnetic charge, the magnetic analogue of an electrically charged particle; it has only one magnetic pole instead of the two observed in all common magnetic object; it was still …

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  • 143 Magnetic pole — may refer to: One of the two ends of a magnet The magnetic poles of astronomical bodies, a special case of magnets, two special cases of which are the Geomagnetic poles: The North Magnetic Pole of planet Earth, a point where the north end of a… …

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  • 144 Magnetic field viewing film — Magnetic viewing film showing magnetic poles of a refrigerator magnet. The poles are dark, and pole edges are bright. Magnetic field viewing film is used to show stationary or (less often) slowly changing magnetic fields; it shows their location… …

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  • 145 Magnetic induction tomography — is an imaging technique used to image electromagnetic properties of an object by using the eddy current effect. It is also called electromagnetic induction tomography, electromagnetic tomography (EMT), eddy current tomography, and eddy current… …

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  • 146 Magnetic Morning — Origin New York City, New York, US Genres Indie rock Years active 2006–present Labels DH Records …

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  • 147 Magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging — is a noninvasive imaging method that provides information about cellular activity (metabolic information). It is used along with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) which provides information about the shape and size of the tumor (spatial… …

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  • 148 Magnetic Island — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda La isla de Magnetic Island con los suburbios de Townsville en primer plano Magnetic Island es una isla en el estado de Queensland, Australia. Magnetic Island queda a 15 kilómetros de Townsville. La isla cuenta con 23 …

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  • 149 Magnetic particle imaging — (MPI) is a tomographic imaging technique that measures the magnetic fields generated by magnetic particles in a tracer. Researchers at Philips Research have used the technique to achieve resolutions finer than one millimeter. Magnetic Particle… …

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  • 150 Magnetic North (Aqualung album) — Magnetic North Studio album by Aqualung Released 20th April, 2010 Recorded Winter 2009 at The Bank, Burbank, CA and The Box, Los Angeles, CA Genre …

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  • 151 Magnetic Reference Laboratory — (MRL) is an American company founded in 1972 that makes and sells Calibration Tapes[1] for analog audio magnetic tape reproducers in the Open Reel format. Contents 1 Origins 2 Products 3 Customers …

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  • 152 Magnetic river — is an electrodynamic suspension magnetic levitation (maglev) system designed by Eastham and Eric Laithwaite in 1974. It consists of a thin conductive plate on an AC linear induction motor. Due to the transverse flux and the geometry, this gives… …

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  • 153 Magnetic translation — Magnetic translations are naturally defined operators acting on wave function on a two dimensional particle in a magnetic field. According to [1], the motion of an electron in a magnetic field on a plane is described by the following four… …

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  • 154 magnetic field — n. (Physics) The space around a magnet through which it exerts magnetic force; a field of force surrounding a permanent magnet, electrical current, or a moving charged particle; called also {magnetic flux} and {field of magnetic force}. [WordNet… …

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  • 155 magnetic flux — magnetic field magnetic field n. (Physics) The space around a magnet through which it exerts magnetic force; a field of force surrounding a permanent magnet, electrical current, or a moving charged particle; called also {magnetic flux} and {field …

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  • 156 Magnetic North (Hopesfall album) — Magnetic North Studio album by Hopesfall Released May 15, 2007 …

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  • 157 Magnetic evaporative cooling — is a technique for lowering the temperature of a group of atoms. The process uses a magnetic field to put atoms in a magnetic trap, a flask shaped magnetic field. Collisions mean that over time, individual atoms will become much more energetic… …

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  • 158 Magnetic dipole-dipole interaction — Magnetic dipole dipole interaction, also called dipolar coupling, refers to the direct interaction between two magnetic dipoles. The energy of the interaction is as follows:: old{H} = frac{ mu 0 } {4 pi r {jk}^3 } left( 3 (old{m} j cdot old{e} …

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  • 159 Magnetic Heaven — Studio album by Wax Released 1986 (1986) Recorded January 1, 1986 ( …

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  • 160 Magnetic field-assisted finishing — Magnetic field assisted finishing, sometimes called magnetic abrasive finishing, is a surface finishing technique in which a magnetic field is used to force abrasive particles against the target surface.[1] As such, finishing of conventionally… …

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