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electromagnetic units

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′yü·nəts]
(electromagnetism)
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His topics include vector analysis and Maxwell's equations, electromagnetic units and electric charges, methods of determining electric field and potential, the classical and quantum theories of lights, the classical and quantum theory of light-matter interaction, optical spectra of materials, the optics of eyes, electron microscopy in scanning and transmission modes, and fluorescence diffuse optical tomography.
If one begins, in the area of electric phenomena, by considering the definition of magnetic poles as centers of forces which they exert upon each other, one can define by similar reasoning successively the electromagnetic units of the strength of the current, the galvanic resistance, and the capacitance--in short, one can measure all quantities in units that are connected to the fundamental units by strict reasoning.
12 electromagnetic units with the magnetometer and 1.

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