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magnetic

[mag′ned·ik]
(electromagnetism)
Pertaining to magnetism or a magnet.
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The train, magnetically levitating around 10 centimeters from the ground, is designed to run at a top speed of 500 km per hour, enabling it to connect Tokyo and Osaka in one hour.
Although effective gene transfer in these cells has been difficult to achieve historically, this study demonstrated that magnetically guided "gene-impregnated" nanoparticles delivered their cargo effectively, especially compared to conventional gene delivery vectors.
In addition to a full range of hybrid and magnetically levitated turbo pumps, Pfeiffer Vacuum's product portfolio comprises backing pumps, measurement and analysis devices, components as well as vacuum chambers and systems.
The local government in Karbala decided on Monday (March 14) to build a magnetically levitating train to connect Karbala with Najaf, Babel and Baghdad," Dr.
3M pumps, available in the UK through Pump Engineering, has extended its established range of magnetically driven, centrifugal pumps with the introduction of its C MAG-PL pump.
Completing the new family of magnetically detectable compounds is ECP 290, an injection moulding/ extrusion grade thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) that for hoses, tool grips and sheet applications.
TBA ELECTRO Conductive Products has released a range of eight plastics that can be detected magnetically and that can be used in food manufacture and other areas where there is a need to detect plastic parts.
Its power adapter charges the battery by magnetically coupling the power cord to the computer.
Its MagSafe Power Adapter also charges the battery by magnetically coupling the power cord to the computer.
It can be abstract, or detailed, but its power comes from it being the first graphic representation of an idea that is somehow magnetically drawn towards its own fulfilment.
When the researchers magnetically stimulated tissue in another brain network, neural activity again spread only while participants were awake.
We report progress on an experiment to measure the neutron lifetime using magnetically trapped neutrons.

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