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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.

electromagnetism (i·lekˈ·trō·magˑ·n·ti·zm),

n one of nature's four forces; the electromagnetic force is pervasive, effectual at subatomic distances (the arena where weak and strong nuclear forces are of exceptionally short range) and at astronomical distances (the arena where gravitational forces are significant).

electromagnetism

magnetism developed by an electric current.
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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.
Because it can selectively detect both acoustic and magnetic waves, Brillouin light scattering can provide unique information on the coupling between magnetic states and thermal phonons.
According to the project's executors, the production of conductive fabrics began in 2007 aiming at receiving signals from the heart and transferring them to the doctor in the form of magnetic waves.
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Air traffic controllers, meteorological service personnel, telecommunications technicians and others claim their daily exposure to the magnetic waves emitted by the portals are dangerous.
Mr Thomas Varghese attempts to scare the world, telling us we are being bombarded on a daily basis by magnetic waves by everything from space satellite to TV.
Magnetic waves theorized to transfer heat from the surface of the sun to its outer atmosphere have been directly observed for the first time, a team reports in the March 20 Science.
Mammograms use low-dose X-rays to make images of the breast while MRI scans - which are more expensive - rely on magnetic waves.
Magnetic waves circulated through the Kitchen/Bath Industry Show & Conference last month as Electrolux and BSH Home Appliances joined the growing ranks of kitchen appliance manufacturers taking a swing at induction.
But because the carriage is powered by magnetic waves, on the guideway track below there was no 'engine noise' so we were in no danger of being drowned out
SolidAlliance Corps, which has previously launched popular computer data storage units shaped like rubber ducks and sushi, claims its portable GhostRadar beeps and flashes red lights in response to unusual magnetic waves.
And in a call to his girlfriend,he said: ``They do experiments on human beings, with computers and magnetic waves.