electrodynamics

[ih-lek-troh-dahy-nam-iks]
noun (used with a singular verb)
  1. the branch of physics that deals with the interactions of electric, magnetic, and mechanical phenomena.

Origin of electrodynamics

First recorded in 1820–30; electro- + dynamics
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Examples from the Web for electrodynamics

Contemporary Examples of electrodynamics

  • After all, aerodynamics and electrodynamics are just theories, too.

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British Dictionary definitions for electrodynamics

electrodynamics

noun
  1. (functioning as singular) the branch of physics concerned with the interactions between electrical and mechanical forces
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electrodynamics in Science

electrodynamics

[ĭ-lĕk′trō-dī-nămĭks]
  1. The scientific study of electric charge and electric and magnetic fields, along with the forces and motions those fields induce. See also electromagnetism.
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