magnetic focusing

magnetic focusing

[mag′ned·ik ′fō·kə·siŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Focusing a beam of electrons or other charged particles by using the action of a magnetic field.
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The system uses a fiber-optic magnetic focusing probe that attracts the magnetic microspheres to the surface of a chamber directly in front of the excitation and emission fibers.
The system uses a fiber-optic magnetic focusing probe that attracts the magnetic microspheres to the surface of a sample chamber directly in front of the excitation and emission fibers.