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An obsolete, non-SI (International System) unit of magnetic flux, equal to 10-8 weber.
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[James Clerk Maxwell, Scottish physicist and mathematician, 1831–1879]


A unit of magnetic flux equal to the flux per square centimeter in an area where the magnetic induction equals one gauss.
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James Laidlaw, Taiwanese physician, 1836-1921.
maxwell - magnetic flux unit.
MacLean-Maxwell disease - see under MacLean
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Neill Maxwell said: "We have been making ice cream and, for the last the 10 years, and we felt that to develop our business further in the Scottish markets we needed a Scottish brand.
"Consequently, Clan Maxwell is a tribute to the history of the clan and our dairy farming background which goes back generations.
We are currently investigating Sweet & Maxwell, but it is impossible to say at this stage how long this will take."
Sweet & Maxwell issued this statement: "The Serious Fraud Office and The City of London Police are investigating an allegation in relation to Sweet & Maxwell.
James Maxwell was educated at the University of Edinburgh and then from 1850 at Cambridge, where he became a fellow of Trinity College.
Maxwell's work in physics was very wide-ranging, and he had a good sense of which problems were ripe for fruitful work to be done.
From the outset, the Maxwells' motivation was to further their interests not benefit the Daily News, the judge said.
"Nothing could paint a clearer picture of the Maxwells' cavalier disregard," Brozman said, referring to those transactions.
Born in France, but raised in Oxford, England, the 58-year-old Maxwell is the ninth and youngest child of publishing mogul Robert Maxwell and French scholar Elisabeth Maxwell.
Maxwell received her education from Oxford University's Balliol College.
As Automobile Trade journal reported in March 1918, "It was at the dinner of the Maxwell-Chalmers dealers (and distributors), which was held in Chicago during the week of the Chicago Show, that the latest addition to the Maxwell line--a new farm tractor--was revealed.
"Maxwell's Scientific Creativity." In Springs of Scientific Creativity, edited by R.