1 edition of Applied magnetism found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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A group of materials made from the alloys of the rare earth elements are also used as strong and permanent magnets a popular one is neodymium.
Visualization needles point in the direction of the local magnetic field, towards a magnet's south pole and away from its north pole. 33 This allows much shorter pulse intervals, and the effectiveness of this mechanism increases with the square of the applied Applied magnetism field strength. Diamagnetic materials are those that some people generally think of as non-magnetic, and include, most organic compounds such as petroleum and some plastics, and many metals includingparticularly the heavy ones with manysuch asand.by 1187, was Applied magnetism first in Europe to describe the compass and its use for navigation.
The coercivity H c is the reversed magnetic field strength required to demagnetize Applied magnetism saturated material. However, for materials that display some other form of magnetism such as ferromagnetism or paramagnetismthe diamagnetic contribution becomes negligible.
Some substances can be magnetized by an electrical current. The poles either attract or repel objects using a magnetic force. Finger pockets at the start Applied Magnetics is the name of a route on in the in thean area in the of Southern California.
The magnetic force strongly attracts an opposite pole of another magnet and repels another pole. The magnetic field of the earth: paleomagnetism, the core, and the deep mantle. A magnetic field is similar to and different from an electric field.
Magnetic torque is used to drive. Therefore, it is important to know what type of curve you are looking at when trying to determine magnetic properties. Magnetostrictive energy is that which causes small changes in the length of materials when they are magnetized. spin: A quantum angular momentum associated with subatomic particles; it also creates a magnetic moment.
While paired electrons are required by the to have their intrinsic 'spin' magnetic moments pointing in opposite directions, causing their magnetic fields to cancel out, an unpaired electron is free to align its magnetic moment in any direction.
magnetic force O magnetic field of an object can create a magnetic force on other objects with magnetic fields.
The H field lines loop only around "free current" and, unlike the magnetic B field, begins and ends near magnetic poles as well.