magnetization

Definitions

  • Claw-Hammer.  Riveting-Hammer.  Upholster's Hammer.  Magnetized Hammer.  Veneering-Hammer
    Claw-Hammer. Riveting-Hammer. Upholster's Hammer. Magnetized Hammer. Veneering-Hammer
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n magnetization the physical property of being magnetic
    • n magnetization the process that makes a substance magnetic (temporarily or permanently)
    • n magnetization the extent or degree to which something is magnetized
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Additional illustrations & photos:

Intensity magnet Intensity magnet
Two electro-magnets Two electro-magnets
Magnetic concentrating installation Magnetic concentrating installation
Magnetic concentrator Magnetic concentrator

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Earth's magnetic field has been weakening. It seems to have lost 15% of its strength since 1670. At the present rate of decrease, it will reach zero in 2,000 years. Between the years 3500 and 4500, the magnetic field will not be sufficiently strong enough to ward off charged radiation from outer space.
    • n Magnetization The act of magnetizing, or the state of being magnetized.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Every eleven years the magnetic poles of the sun switch. This cycle is called "Solarmax".
    • n magnetization The act of magnetizing, or the state of being magnetized. Also spelled magnetization.
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Quotations

  • Bruce Barton
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    “The essential element in personal magnetism is a consuming sincerity -- an overwhelming faith in the importance of the work one has to do.”
  • Joseph Cook
    Joseph Cook
    “Conscience is our magnetic compass; reason our chart.”
  • Gutzkow
    Gutzkow
    “Oh, how powerfully the magnet of illusion attracts.”

Usage

In literature:

The straw produces the same effects as the magnet, in other words, magnetism had nothing to do with what happened.
"The Mason-bees" by J. Henri Fabre
The world has been instructed by its kings, who have so magnetized the eyes of nations.
"Essays, First Series" by Ralph Waldo Emerson
What others effect by talent or by eloquence, this man accomplishes by some magnetism.
"Essays, Second Series" by Ralph Waldo Emerson
The blast bent us far back on thighs held rigid by the magnetic grip.
"The Metal Monster" by A. Merritt
He had money, affable ways, a magnetic personality.
"The Titan" by Theodore Dreiser
It is customary to speak of his magnetism over crowds.
"The Mirrors of Washington" by Anonymous
Here they stayed two months, making magnetic observations, and then proceeded to Hobart.
"The South Pole, Volumes 1 and 2" by Roald Amundsen
His fellow-sufferers were attracted to him as if he were a magnet.
"The Malady of the Century" by Max Nordau
It seemed as if he sank into her magnetically, and could thrust her back against herself.
"Women in Love" by D. H. Lawrence
Magnet, now with God, an old woman like a berry, always in a bonnet with green flowers, smiled and bobbed.
"The Cathedral" by Sir Hugh Walpole
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In poetry:

CHRYSANTHUS.
Stay, I cannot live without thee,
Or, if thou wilt go, the magnet
Of thine eye must make me follow.
All my happiness is anchored
There. Return, Daria. . . .
"The Purgatory Of St. Patrick - Act III" by Denis Florence MacCarthy
We would fly with all things to the goal of their flying,
We would turn with all things to the magnetic star,
But we never can live, because of our dying,
And we never can be, for the things that we are.
"The Futile" by Genevieve Taggard
Father of lights! what sunny seed,
What glance of day hast Thou confined
Into this bird? To all the breed
This busy ray Thou hast assigned;
Their magnetism works all night,
And dreams of paradise and light.
"Cock-Crowing" by Henry Vaughan
He dozes, aged with watches passed--
Years, years of pacing to and fro;
He dozes, nor attends the stir
In bullioned standards rustling low,
Nor minds the blades whose secret thrill
Perverts overhead the magnet's Polar will:--
"The Haglets" by Herman Melville
Oh, the great city's madness when at nightfall
The crippled trees gape by the blackened wall,
The spirit of evil peers from a silver mask;
Lights with magnetic scourge drive off the stony night.
Oh, the sunken pealing of evening bells.
"To The Silenced" by Georg Trakl
Then the few whose spirits float above the wreck of happiness
Are driven o'er the shoals of guilt, or ocean of excess:
The magnet of their course is gone, or only points in vain
The shore to which their shivered sail shall never stretch again.
"Stanzas For Music: There's Not A Joy The World Can Give" by Lord George Gordon Byron

In news:

There is no rhyme or reason, no sabermetric formula, no logical explanation of why some baseball players seem like a magnet for rawhide.
French Polynesia, more commonly known as the islands of Tahiti, has long been a tropical magnet for artists and filmmakers from around the world.
The iFoolish Magic Drawing Case turns your iPhone into an retro-themed magnetic doodling pad.
'The Atlantic', Your Gen X Magnet.
Poor Enrique Iglesias claims he wasn't always a chick magnet.
NAPA, Calif — A new wine gadget promises to save pennies and palates by using magnets — yes, magnets — to give brash young wines some polish.
Or the top grad of a Dallas magnet school with a ranking index of 41,191.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Here.
Magnetic traps remove contaminants from liquid lines, while the Rota- Grate (R) effectively processes finely ground or sticky products.
Magnetic resonance imaging can help quantify the loss of gray matter in childhood-onset schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other psychoses, possibly helping diagnose the cases to become more serious.
I enjoy writing in the Magnet on the church page and I am always getting good comments about it.
There are several type of medical devices using electrical and magnetic stimulation, including electromuscular stimulation (EMS) of muscle tissue, which can aid in the recuperation of overworked muscles.
Moreover, it appears there are lots of people out there interested in the magnetic implant subculture--which apparently is a real thing.
That makes him a potent symbol of an evolving GOP and, possibly, a magnet.
Magnetation LLC, of Grand Rapids, Minn. Said it would break ground on the plant in Reynolds in the first quarter of 2013.
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In science:

When an elongated body, as a steel wire for instance, has, under the influence of powerful magnets, received a greater degree of magnetism than it can retain alone, and is afterwards left to itself, it is said to be magnetized to saturation.
An Essay on the Application of mathematical Analysis to the theories of Electricity and Magnetism
The quasi-static magnetic fields of the LHC magnets will have exactly the same effect on the spatial trajectory of a Pb ion as on a proton (for equal momentum per charge, p/Z , or magnetic rigidity).
The LHC as a Nucleus-Nucleus Collider
When we slowly sweep the magnetic field H (t) the magnetization shows a stepwise magnetization process as a sequence of LZS transitions at the avoided level crossing points .
Quantum response to time-dependent external fields
The extraction line polarimeter chicane described in the RDR has four magnets with the same deflection in each magnet system. A proposal to modify the downstream polarimeter chicane to a six-magnet chicane was presented to the ILC in March 2007 .
Executive Summary of the Workshop on Polarisation and Beam Energy Measurements at the ILC
The transport induced by the E × B stochastic drift in electrostatic turbulence (including effects of collisions , average flows , motion along magnetic field , effect of magnetic shear ) and the transport in magnetic turbulence , were studied in a series of papers using the decorrelation tra jectory method.
Trapping, anomalous transport and quasi-coherent structures in magnetically confined plasmas
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