uniform field

uniform field

[′yü·nə‚fȯrm ′fēld]
(physics)
A field which, at the instant under consideration, has the same value at every point in the region under consideration.
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When the pattern was studied, the atoms - which according to predictions would fly in random directions - actually left in a uniform field in clumps.
Even when using a much thinner Teflon of 2 cm we are within 15% from the optimum (in the uniform field case).
An interesting painting today will probably not be a uniform field.
This "wall" is the cosmic microwave background (CMB), which registers to us as a nearly uniform field, 2.
6) Distributing the peaks in this way creates four low peaks and a much more uniform field than in the 25-cm device.
Hence achieving large area of uniform field is a challenging but critical issue for the high field MRI with large FOV.
It offers anti-shake features, a uniform field of illumination and the ability to capture half-arch and fullarch impressions "with industry-leading speed.
By making the sample very small, the uniform field region also becomes very small, and the entire magnet assembly can be miniaturized.
fERGs were recorded in response to a sinusoidally modulated (41 Hz), uniform field presented to the macular region (18[degrees]) at different modulations between 16.
In such a case, rapid germination, early establishment and uniform field of green can make better use of inputs are available [7].
This condition is nearly met because Helmholtz coils produce almost uniform field over a region much larger than the size of the magnet around the center of the coils.

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