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maxwell

An obsolete, non-SI (International System) unit of magnetic flux, equal to 10-8 weber.

maxwell

(mak′swel)
[James Clerk Maxwell, Scottish physicist and mathematician, 1831–1879]
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Mx

A unit of magnetic flux equal to the flux per square centimeter in an area where the magnetic induction equals one gauss.

Maxwell,

James Laidlaw, Taiwanese physician, 1836-1921.
maxwell - magnetic flux unit.
MacLean-Maxwell disease - see under MacLean
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