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Etymology: Gk, magnesia, lodestone; Gk, izein, to cause
the magnetic polarization of a material produced by a magnetic field (magnetic moment per unit volume).


(mag″nĕt-ĭ-zā′shŏn) M
A measure of the degree to which a body displays magnetic properties. It is a vector field whose magnitude is equal to the local value of the magnetic moment per unit volume.

Patient discussion about magnetization

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The goal of the work is analysis of the correctness of the application in the electrostatic analogy of magnetostatics of inhomogeneous magnetizing media of two known models of magnetization.
One can design the extremely broad band or multi-band metamaterials by combining several ferrite rods with various saturation magnetizations into a unit cell.
Here the novel design that differs from existing configurations has three combined characteristics such as new magnetization arrangement of permanent magnets for high utilization of magnetic materials, lower usage of soft iron and convenient switchable magnetic force.
In the course of magnetic field sweeping, the magnetization in the NiFe layers flips much earlier than that in the Co layers and eventually an antiparallel alignment of magnetizations is realized.
However, various books and papers disagree with respect to transformation properties of magnetization and magnetic dipole moment.
G]--Gaussian decay time constant,) and initial magnetizations ([M.
NIST scientists induced rapid, near 90[degrees] rotations of the magnetization of Ni-Fe films in a geometry similar to that of the ferromagnetic cores of magnetic recording write heads.
Two typical transverse magnetization [I(t)] decay curves are shown in Fig.
And when electrons flow through such a metal, constituting an electric current, their spins also tend to line up with the metal's magnetization.
To represent a O, the magnetization points one direction.
In these granular GMR materials, the particles' magnetizations are not antiparallel.