electromagnetic properties

electromagnetic properties

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′präp·ərd·ēz]
(electromagnetism)
The response of materials or equipment to electromagnetic fields, and their ability to produce such fields.
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Once trapped, we can interrogate the molecules for their spectroscopic and electromagnetic properties and study them in isolation without disturbance from the neighboring molecules.
Neither the medium color nor the tube color or electromagnetic properties of liquids influence the measurement.
Some numerical models have to be developed based on porous media, physicochemical interaction of chemicals with rock, phase behavior of complex fluids, rock mechanics, electromagnetic properties, and chemical/biochemical reactions to understand the behavior of rocks.
The second edition includes new material on computational simulations and nanoscale properties of solids, quasicrystals, and expanded sections on point defects and electromagnetic properties.
Motter revealed that many of the previous work on metamaterials has pivoted itself on creating unique electromagnetic properties, which might, as well, bend light to create invisibility cloaks.
In general, metamaterials are engineered composites that exhibit unusual and superior electromagnetic properties not observed in the constituent materials.
Coverage progresses from basics of communications systems, the electromagnetic spectrum, and electromagnetic properties of communications systems, through solutions such as electromagnetic field coupling to wire, field-to-aperture coupling, and grounding and bonding.
For example filling the polymer matrix of a reinforced composite not only the electromagnetic properties will be affected but also the mechanical properties, due to the way in which the polymeric bonds are changed by the presence of the filler's particles.
The quality of results depends on how well the geological structure, electromagnetic properties and other characteristics of the stone have been considered beforehand.
Testing materials' characteristics like chemical composition or electromagnetic properties, and their behaviour on a molecular level.
Frances Ligler, senior scientist for biosensors and biomaterials at the Naval Research Laboratory's Center for Bio/Molecular Science and Engineering (CBMSE), have helped the team develop the new biopolymer into a material which possesses unique optical and electromagnetic properties that no other known polymer has.
Dubbed negative-index materials, left-handed materials, or meta-materials, the new substances differ from natural materials by virtue of specific electromagnetic properties that not long ago were considered to be unrealistic.

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