Definition of Magnetization

1. Noun. The extent or degree to which something is magnetized.

Exact synonyms: Magnetisation
Generic synonyms: Amount, Measure, Quantity
Specialized synonyms: Magnetic Flux
Derivative terms: Magnetize, Magnetize



2. Noun. The process that makes a substance magnetic (temporarily or permanently).
Exact synonyms: Magnetic Induction, Magnetisation
Generic synonyms: Action, Activity, Natural Action, Natural Process
Derivative terms: Magnetise, Magnetize

3. Noun. The physical property of being magnetic.
Exact synonyms: Magnetisation
Generic synonyms: Physical Property
Derivative terms: Magnetize

Definition of Magnetization

1. n. The act of magnetizing, or the state of being magnetized.

Definition of Magnetization

1. Noun. The act of magnetizing, or the state of being magnetized ¹

2. Noun. The magnitude of the magnetic strength of a magnetized object. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Magnetization

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Magnetization

1. The act of magnetizing, or the state of being magnetized. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Magnetization

magnetionic
magnetisation
magnetisations
magnetise
magnetised
magnetises
magnetising
magnetism
magnetisms
magnetist
magnetists
magnetite
magnetites
magnetizability
magnetizable
magnetization (current term)
magnetizations
magnetize
magnetized
magnetizee
magnetizer
magnetizers
magnetizes
magnetizing
magnetless
magnetlike
magneto
magneto-
magneto-electric
magneto-electrical

Literary usage of Magnetization

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1. A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism by James Clerk Maxwell (1904)
"In soft iron, the direction of the magnetization coincides with that of the ... the magnetic force the magnetization is nearly proportional to it* As the ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"The relation between bonding stress and magnetization has been studied by Guillemin ... The question has also been raised whether magnetization affects the ..."

3. Smithsonian Physical Tables by Smithsonian Institution, Frederick Eugene Fowle (1916)
"DISSIPATION OF ENERGY IN CYCLIC magnetization OF MAGNETIC SUBSTANCES. When a piece of iron or other magnetic metal is made to pass through a closed cycle i ..."

4. A Dictionary of Electrical Words, Terms and Phrases by Edwin James Houston (1903)
"Soft iron has a high co-efficient of magnetization, or its magnetic ... The intensity of magnetization through a substance is measured by dividing the ..."

5. The Theory and Practice of Absolute Measurements in Electricity and Magnetism by Andrew Gray (1893)
"The total magnetization, made up of the pre-existent magnetization, if any, and the induced magnetization, is not solenoidal, unless the former is itself ..."

6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1895)
"The fact that the time required to produce the change of magnetization is ... The effect of this on the magnetization curve of iron is to render the steep ..."

7. Mathematical and Physical Papers: Collected from Different Scientific by Baron William Thomson Kelvin, Sir Joseph Larmor, James Prescott Joule (1884)
"About the time those experiments were made I also made several nugatory attempts to discover the effects of stress on magnetization; and eighteen years have ..."

8. An Introduction to the Theory of Electricity: With Numerous Examples by Linnaeus Cumming (1885)
"THE INTENSITY OF magnetization at any point in a magnetic mass is measured by the magnetic moment per unit volume of a mass of the magnetized matter very ..."

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