magn

magn

[′mäg·ən]
(electromagnetism)
A unit of absolute permeability equal to 1 henry per meter; it was proposed by the former Soviet Union, but has not won general acceptance.
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Abel Salinas Rivas acknowledged the workers Enrique Francisco Barboza Huapaya and Magn Leonardo Escobedo Santos, who completed 15 years of uninterrupted work in the SIS.
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Concepts Magn Reson: Part B: Magnetic Resonance Engineering 23B(1): 16-25.
abnormal iron content in the brain," J Magn Reson Imaging 26:256-64, 2007.
By Magn Nyang June 9, 2010 -- For some, the result of 2010 election in Ethiopia was a surprise.
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furthermore, any measures of a structural nature (floor compensation, threshold and soffit repairs, openings in the walls, magn.
Laboratory assessment of signal-to-noise ratio and power deposition," Magn.
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By Magn Nyang November 24, 2009 -- In the Western democracies, such as in the United States separation of powers involves the division of the legislative, executive, and judicial functions of the policy-making process among separate institutions.
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