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Synonyms for electromagnetism

magnetism produced by an electric current

the branch of physics concerned with electromagnetic phenomena

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On the other hand, by action of the longitudinal and transverse ultrasonic waves on the charged ion [5, 6], these ultrasonic waves are transformed into transverse electromagnetic fields with electric wave vectors [[?
Designed by NTT, the phones have a design error that could cause them to generate the same electric waves as those for distress calls when their batteries are recharged after stored electricity substantially decreases.
There will be no ghost phenomenon of pictures overlapping due to reflection of electric waves from buildings and mountains,'' said an official at the terrestrial broadcasting division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.
He describes a complicated subject clearly and keeps our attention by giving us interesting facts along the way: the first mobile phone can be dated from 1879; the invisible electric waves emanating from our brains travel for about 200 miles and on and on.
Mitsubishi Electric develops security system using electric waves
This non-surgical procedure delivers tiny electric waves to the skin's surface to kick-start muscle tone and improve the repairing of cells.
Mobile phone use is also expected to be featured in the system, as users will be able to find the closest evacuation center and rescue personnel hope to locate buried people by tracking electric waves from mobile phones, they said.
The National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) announced Wednesday that it and the Korea Astronomy Observatory in South Korea have jointly succeeded in viewing electric waves emitted by a star some 5,000 light years from Earth.
Electric waves created by sodium and potassium flowing through a membrane travel not only from cell to cell along the fiber but in three dimensions across fibers.
RFID devices are used for exchanging information via near-field wireless communications that utilize electromagnetic fields or electric waves to transfer data from an IC tag embedded with ID data.
Another interesting runners is Saudi Arabia's Electric Waves, a winner of the Group 3 Cornwallis Stakes when previously trained by Ed McMahon.
The pair have combined with Temple Meads to lift two major races at Newbury, where Electric Waves (7-1) had also struck in the Listed St Hugh's Stakes.
According to the report, a control unit for the ABS in the buses mistakenly recognizes a wheel as locked if a speed censor in each wheel is affected by the high-power electric waves, and this could affect the performance of the brakes.
The output of a mobile phone varies depending on the strength of electric waves from a ground station.
The system uses electric waves from satellites to monitor the expansion, contraction and upheaval of crusts.