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electromagnetism

 [e-lek″tro-mag´nĕ-tizm]
magnetism developed by an electric current.

electromagnetism

(ē-lĕk″trō-măg′nĕ-tĭzm)
Magnetism produced by an electric current.
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In earlier models of magnetic waves in the context of coronal heating, waves propagating along uniform magnetic fields in a one-dimensional atmosphere were considered.
In a chirally symmetric phase, the CME and CSE form a collective excitation, the chiral magnetic wave (CMW), a long wavelength hydrodynamic mode of chiral charge densities [11,12].
His team, which includes researchers from the National Centre for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the Research Institute in Astrophysics and Planetology, used combined data from a telescope based in Hawaii and NASA's solar satellite to investigate powerful magnetic waves, known as Alfven waves, where the Sun's wind originates.
To the best of our knowledge, magnetic waves, the gravity field, radiation, ELF fields (3-300 Hz), and ultra-low-frequency (ULF) magnetic waves (< 3 Hz) can penetrate a Faraday cage (electrically shielded room).
Combined with observations reported earlier this year of high-speed gas jets shooting up into the sun's outer atmosphere, or corona, the magnetic waves may explain why the thin halo of superhot gas blazes at temperatures as high as a couple million kelvins.
Being an electronics engineer I would say if the magnetic waves generated by mobile phone technology are dangerous, then sticking a telephone next to your brain and transmitting is probably more dangerous than being within 400m of a mast.
The magnetic waves travel through structurally weak areas of the pipe at a faster rate and allow for predictions to be made on the remaining life of the pipe.
Moving diagonally from the center in Figure 1b, (Pythagorean Theorem), the photon half waves alternate between the electro and magnetic waves as photon energy in a vacuum which is the way light travels.
A CAR crash victim has been roused from his year-long coma with a pioneering magnetic waves treatment.
They all affect heat radiation with different intensities of ultraviolet, short wave radio, electrical and magnetic waves bombarding the Earth's atmosphere.
Induction, a cooking technology using magnetic waves, has been available for the past three decades but it has made a recent resurgence in the past year, driven in part by premium brands such as Viking Range, Thermador and Electrolux.
Mammograms use lowdose X-rays to make images of the breast while MRI scans - which are more expensive - rely on magnetic waves.

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