Definition of Magnetostatic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to magnetostatics ¹



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Definition of Magnetostatic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Magnetostatic

magnetorotational
magnetoroton
magnetos
magnetoscillation
magnetosensitive
magnetosensitivity
magnetosheath
magnetosome
magnetosomes
magnetosonic
magnetospectroscopy
magnetosphere
magnetospheres
magnetospheric
magnetospherically
magnetostatic (current term)
magnetostatically
magnetostatics
magnetostratigraphy
magnetostriction
magnetostrictions
magnetostrictive
magnetostrophic
magnetostructural
magnetostructurally
magnetotactic
magnetotactic bacteria
magnetotail
magnetotails
magnetotaxis

Literary usage of Magnetostatic

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1. Absolute Measurements in Electricity and Magnetism by Andrew Gray (1893)
"This instrument, which he has called a magnetostatic current'meter, has from its mode of construction a very wide range of sensibility for practical work. ..."

2. Aberration and Some Other Problems Connected with the Electromagnetic Field by Gilbert Thomas Walker (1900)
"In a magnetostatic field the stresses in the ether are given by ยง 51 and consist of tensions, {/i (I? ..."

3. Elements of Electromagnetic Theory by Samuel Jackson Barnett (1903)
"magnetostatic FIELDS. 1. Magnets. A bar of steel placed in a long helix of wire traversed by an electric current is found, on removal from the helix, ..."

4. Electric Light Installations ... V.1-2: A Practical Handbook by David Salomons (1901)
"Kelvin magnetostatic Instrument. divisions is altered. If unity be the maximum value of one division, then 0'l will be the value of the division when the ..."

5. The Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism by James Hopwood Jeans (1908)
"It has, however, been said that magnetostatic forces are found to be produced by ... It is now possible to .identify magnetostatic force with change in the ..."

6. A Dictionary of Electrical Words, Terms and Phrases by Edwin James Houston (1898)
"magnetostatic screening differs from electrostatic screening in that the plate of iron or other paramagnetic material surrounding the space to be screened ..."

7. Biological Effects of Power Line Fields Scientific Advisory Panels Final Report by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"The discriminate validity is also suggested because the effect was found only with the presentation of the 60-Hz field plus the reduced magnetostatic field ..."

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