magnetic moment

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Synonyms for magnetic moment

the torque exerted on a magnet or dipole when it is placed in a magnetic field

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In the present study, the interaction of the magnetic field of the scattering charged particles with the magnetic moment of nuclei is investigated.
In the case of a particle with a magnetic moment in a nonuniform external magnetic field, the Kelvin body force acts on a single particle.
Ulmer and his team used a device called a Penning trap to improve on previous magnetic moment measurements for the proton.
On the other hand, Shliomis [7, 8] proposed a ferrofluid flow model, in which the effects of rotation of magnetic particles and their magnetic moments are included.
In antiferromagnetism, the atoms within an object have opposite magnetic moments and cancel each other out, which makes them line up in orderly patterns.
For magnetic nanoparticles in a fluid, where the magnetic moment is locked in place in the lattice, the Brownian time constant is defined as [[tau].
The results are expressed as magnetic moment per mass of nanoparticles including coating and the data trends are in accordance with findings reported for silica-coated [CoFe.
An atom's magnetic moment is seen as its position relative to each other whether they are aligned along similar or opposite poles.
MR contrast media are gadolinium-based compounds with paramagnetic properties; they develop a magnetic moment and thus alter the image of hydrogen atoms in a magnetic field.
When the particle's dimensions are small compared to the width d of a barrel pole, the variations of the field induced in the particle are smooth and the force F and the torque T can be expressed function of the field's gradient and the magnetic moment M of the particle (Lindley & Rowson, 1997).
o]H) and magnetic moment (VM) describe the transfer of magnetic work (Guggenheim 1967).
The complexes under study show magnetic moment corresponding to two unpaired electrons 2.
In the first article, we (Stevens and Kalkwarf 1990) pointed out a) that ferritin has a stable magnetic moment of 3.
The field works on the atoms within the food, aligning the magnetic moment of the electrons, and the magnetic flux attacks any bacteria present in the food and keeps them at manageable levels.
The nucleus used in most flow metering is that of hydrogen, namely the proton, which has the biggest magnetic moment of all the nuclei.