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magnetic wave

[mag′ned·ik ′wāv]
(solid-state physics)
The spread of magnetization from a small portion of a substance where an abrupt change in the magnetic field has taken place.
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Agakishiev et al., "Observation of charge asymmetry dependence of pion elliptic flow and the possible chiral magnetic wave in heavy-ion collisions," Physical Review Letters, vol.
The discrete versions of the electric and magnetic wave equations can be written using similar notation:
Investigations could be pooled and thus obtain as the spatial distribution of magnetic induction module in mode of "movement" magnetic wave, which is ensured by the consistent movement of the movable coil.
The second group was told that they would be administered an inexistent system of magnetic waves (placebo).
Not only that, but its magnetic waves also bring relief to a number of painful conditions.
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The Magnetic Wave Magnet Therapy System is a 10-piece system that uses a combination of magnets and neoprene wraps for consumers to target any body area.
There have been many theories put forward, including some developed at the University of Sheffield - for example, heating the plasma by magnetic waves or magnetic plasma - but observational validation of the ubiquity of a suitable energy transport mechanism has proved challenging until now.
The clinic is among the first mental health offices in the area to provide the FDA-cleared treatment as an alternative option for those battling depression or OCD.Deep TMS is technology and works by administering magnetic waves through a cushioned helmet to target deep structures of the brain that impact patients' depression or OCD symptoms.
There have been many theories put forward, including some developed at the University of Sheffield -- for example, heating the plasma by magnetic waves or magnetic plasma -- but observational validation of the ubiquity of a suitable energy transport mechanism has proved challenging until now.
The magnetic waves do not attenuate and interact with common materials and have no adverse effect on the vaccines.
The researcher Hayat Sindy is the first Arab women who got doctorate degree in biological technology from University of Cambridge, with many inventions including probe of acoustic and magnetic waves that determines the required medications for human body and helps astronauts in monitoring sugar and blood pressure levels in their bodies.

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