- of or relating to electromagnetism or electromagnetic fields.
Origin of electromagnetic
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The electromagnetic force between the electrons lets you pick up the cup, counteracting gravity in the process.The Equivalence Principle and Testing Einstein With Spaceships and Atoms
Matthew R. Francis
June 4, 2014
An electromagnetic shield could potentially halt incoming projectiles launched from Gaza, Tehran, or North Korea.Memo to Bibi Netanyahu: It’s Time to Build an Arsenal of Awe
December 2, 2013
Here too the theory spawned infinity, in what turned out to be more virulent ways than in the electromagnetic case.
The medicine worked because the photon–the quantum bundle of light and the carrier of the electromagnetic force–has no mass.
In the case of the electromagnetic force, a panacea was found in 1947, excising infinity to reveal finite, correct, answers.
Apply the first two laws of electromagnetic induction to the dynamo.Physics
Willis Eugene Tower
It clung to it with an electromagnetic train, bleeding it of data.First on the Moon
That will stop most electromagnetic radiation, but not this stuff!Operation Terror
William Fitzgerald Jenkins
The dynamo is a machine which converts mechanical energy into electrical energy by electromagnetic induction.
The fitness of this definition is apparent, having in mind the principles of electromagnetic induction.
- of, containing, or operated by an electromagnetan electromagnetic pump
- of, relating to, or consisting of electromagnetismelectromagnetic moment
- of or relating to electromagnetic radiationthe electromagnetic spectrum
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Word Origin and History for electromagnetic
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