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Antonyms for nonmagnetic

not capable of being magnetized


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In their experiment, the researchers sandwiched a thin film of cobalt between two layers of platinum, a nonmagnetic metal.
The area of magnetism in nonmagnetic materials has previously had many false positives.
The theorists had in mind ultrathin sandwiches of magnetic and nonmagnetic metals similar to the oddly behaving structures that Ralph and other scientists had studied.
To maximize the magnetic performance of the particles, new binder and base film components were developed by double-coating a base film layer, wet on wet, with a thick nonmagnetic protective layer and an extremely thin magnetic outer layer.
has introduced two It models of the PosiTest DFT thickness gauge: the PosiTest DFT Ferrous for measuring nonmagnetic coatings on steel, and the PosiTest DFT Combo for measuring nonmagnetic coatings on steel and nonconductive coatings on aluminum, brass, and other materials.
The sealed, nonmagnetic case is dustproof and shock-resistant to withstand everyday shop use.
The metal was a proprietary nonmagnetic stainless steel similar to AISI 316.
All models are available in white, red, or almond durable Uni-Koat powder-coated finish, or nonmagnetic stainless steel.
Blindmate/push-on connectors and adapters and materials that improve flexibility, enhance radiation resistance, are nonmagnetic, provide several levels of crush resistance, or limit the cable's range of motion are available W.
Many studies have focused on simple superlattices with magnetic and nonmagnetic layers designed to probe the interlayer magnetic coupling for materials with long-range (e.
That leaves Faust, very capably sung by Italian tenor Marcello Giordani, who combines a handsome bel canto delivery with a rather nonmagnetic stage presence.
According to investigations, the Japan-made valves are manufactured with nonmagnetic materials.
Titanium has the highest strength-to-density ratio of any metal, is essentially nonmagnetic, and is highly resistant to corrosion, even in hostile environments like salt water.