intrinsic induction[in′trin·sik in′dək·shən]
The vector difference between the magnetic flux density at a given point and the magnetic flux density which would exist there, for the same magnetic field strength, if the point were in a vacuum. Symbol Bi. Also known as intensity of magnetization; intrinsic flux density; magnetic polarization.
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