megagauss


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megagauss

[′meg·ə‚gau̇s]
(electromagnetism)
A unit of magnetic induction equal to 106 gauss or 100 tesla.
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After an introduction describing the basic theoretical background, each chapter introduces typical experimental data which were obtained in very high magnetic fields, mostly in the pulsed field range, up to several megagauss.
Repeated Bigrams: ACACIA, IMBIBING, CUCUMBER, DODO, CEDED, FIFING, MEGAGAUSS, BROUHAHA, ICICLE, JUJUBE, KAKAPO, SLYLY, MIMIC, ONENESS, SORORITY, PIPIT, PROROGUE, EMPHASISING, STATAL, QUEUE, VIVID, STOWAWAY, POLYCYCLIC, ZOOZOO
The resulting magnetic fields in the plasma were on the order of 400 MegaGauss.