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magnetic

adjective absorbing, alluring, appealing, arresting, attracting, attractive, beguiling, bewitching, charismatic, charming, compelling, dynamic, electric, electrical, enchanting, engaging, engrossing, enthralling, enticing, entrancing, exciting, fascinating, glamorous, gripping, hypnotic, interesting, inviting, irresistible, magnetized, mesmeric, persuasive, potent, powerful, provocative, tantalizing, tempting, winning
See also: attractive
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A team from "Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona" developed a magnetic cooling mechanism as shown below in Fig.
The sketch of the transmission line layout, control windings, as well as the region of space in which the magnetic field must be shielded are shown in Fig.
Figure 2(a) shows the stress-strain curves for magnetic elastomers having a diameter of 14 mm and at field strength of 0 mT and 420 mT, respectively.
Magnetic fluid seal of rotation shaft is a kind of non-contact seal, with a closed magnetic circuit consisted by a ring permanent magnet, magnetic pole shoes and a magnetic rotation shaft.
General mechanism of magnetic hyperthermia consists of two steps 1) preparation of magnetic nanoparticles 2) injection of magnetic fluid carrying magnetic nanoparticlesinto tumor site.
In this paper, the working principle of magnetic fluid accelerometer is presented.
As a result, the magnetic fields generated at the sun's core become twisted and tangled.
Eddy current technology, which sends nonferrous metal flying away via magnetic repelling, is well established at shredder plants.
Magnetic storage is based on the force F on a magnetic moment [mu] that is exerted in an inhomogeneous magnetic field with flux density B
Thanks to renewed interest in a magnetic recording method first demonstrated more than 100 years ago, there's confidence at in the storage industry that the natural effects of superparamagnetism can be further stalled.
Ferromagnetic, and to a lesser degree, paramagnetic materials, will become magnetized when placed in a magnetic field.
Scientists aren't sure why magnetic reversals happen.