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nonmagnetic

[¦nän·mag′ned·ik]
(electromagnetism)
Not magnetizable, and therefore not affected by magnetic fields.
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While it was generally assumed that the GMR is associated with an antiparallel alignment of the ferromagnetic layers across the nonmagnetic interlayers, neutron reflectivity studies of systems such as Co/Cu (49) and discontinuous [Ni.
In Japan, exports of nonmagnetic types of diving goods to communist countries are regulated by the Wassenaar Arrangement formed in 1996 after the Coordinating Committee for Export to Communist Area (COCOM) was dissolved.
Contract award: supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance of an mri, a ct scanner and a nonmagnetic surveillance monitor physiological parameters and user training: the file is downloaded from http://www .
A team led by researchers at Tohoku University added cobalt to titanium dioxide, a nonmagnetic semiconductor, to create a new material that, like a chameleon, can transform from a paramagnet (a nonmagnetic material) to a ferromagnet (a magnetic material) at room temperature.
The use of ceramic rails, blocks, and in most cases, ceramic bails, contributes to nonmagnetic characteristics and increases the range of applications, according to the manufacturer.
What's more, the glassy steels--even though they are iron alloys--exhibit little tendency to corrode, even in seawater, and are nonmagnetic at room temperature.
The PosiTest DFT Ferrous model measures all nonmagnetic coatings on steel; the PosiTest DFT Combo also measures nonmagnetic coatings on steel, plus nonconductive coatings on aluminum, brass, and other materials.
This is accomplished through a thin magnetic layer on top of a nonmagnetic layer, or sub-layer, coated on a thin flexible plastic substrate with a conductive backside coating.
Sprague-Goodman's low profile surface mount FILMTRIM[R] plastic dielectric trimmer capacitors are available in nonmagnetic versions.
Most of the nonferrous metals are nonmagnetic, such as copper, brass, aluminum, and most of--I'm not sure on a percentage basis--of stainless is nonmagnetic.
Basic components of a wireline steering tool are a downhole probe placed inside a nonmagnetic drill collar near the drill bit, wire connecting the probe to an interface unit on the drill rig, readout box, and computer and printer at the driller's station.