magnetic force


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magnetic force

[mag′ned·ik ′fȯrs]
(electromagnetism)
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Using this result, the magnetic force (2) may be evaluated for the case of infinite straight wire conduit as:
For proper application of magnetic force, the orientation of one magnet to another is of the utmost importance and when not in perfect alignment the force between them drops significantly.
The magneto--gravitational force acting upon grains immersed in ferrofluid is known to represent the force F resulting from combination of the magnetic force [F.
A new study published in the science journal Nature found magnetic forces pulled the dust disc apart.
But Lohan is a magnetic force beyond directing control, someone just so pleasingly watchable on the screen that you're happy to go with her anywhere, no matter how silly.
That magnetic force interfered with the micro electrolytic event that makes a muscle move, and that cardioversion treatment became a failure.
That magnetic force interfered with the microelectrolytic event that makes a muscle move, and that cardioversion treatment became a failure.
Taken together, this evidence points to a magnetic force exerted by the planet as the most plausible explanation for HD 179949's hot spot, says Shkolnik.
It was discovered that the attractive magnetic force of these motors, which is about three times the motive force of the slide, tended to help counter the stresses on the assembly's bearing caused by the weight of the module.