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magnetism 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈmagnəˌtizəm/,
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magnetisms, plural;
  1. A physical phenomenon produced by the motion of electric charge, resulting in attractive and repulsive forces between objects

  2. The property of being magnetic

  3. The ability to attract and charm people
    • - his personal magnetism attracted men to the brotherhood

  1. attraction for iron; associated with electric currents as well as magnets; characterized by fields of force
  2. the branch of science that studies magnetism
  3. (magnetically) by the use of magnetism; "magnetically contaminated material"
  4. Magnetism, a non-contact force, is a category of behavior of materials that respond at an atomic or subatomic level to an applied magnetic field. ...
  5. The property of being magnetic; The science which treats of magnetic phenomena; Power of attraction; power to excite the feelings and to gain the affections
  6. That physical phenomenon in which a force is exerted at a distance on matter either from the movement of electrical charges in a conductor or from the presence of magnetic poles in a permanent magnet
  7. In physics we talk about magnetism, when it is known that magnetism can be fully explained by moving electrical charges, such as an electron circling a nucleus. ...
  8. force of attraction or repulsion of a magnetic material due to the arrangement of its atoms
  9. The attractive power of magnets. It's caused by electron spin in materials containing unpaired electrons. Although known about since antiquity through, for example, the lodestone (a natural magnet), explanations tended to be descriptive. ...
  10. (MAG nuh tiz uhm) — an invisible force in some materials that can attract and repel other materials
  11. Power that can bring about healing without using traditional medicine.
  12. phenomena associated with magnetic fields. Magnetic fields are produced by moving charged particles: in electromagnets, electrons flow through a coil of wire connected to a battery; in permanent magnets, spinning electrons within the atoms generate the field.
  13. As related to stainless fasteners, 300 series stainless is non-magnetic in its raw material condition. Cold working can sometimes induce traces of magnetism in 300 series, depending on the severity of cold working and chemical composition of the stainless. ...
  14. The property inherent in the molecules of certain substances, such as iron, to become magnetized, thus making the substance into a magnet
  15. is the ability to attract iron and certain other materials.
  16. The ability of two pieces of iron to be attracted to each other by physical means or electrical means.
  17. A property of certain kinds of materials that causes them to attract iron or steel.
  18. defines and outlines how far a bullet will "bend" in order to hit an enemy. Bullets and projectiles do not necessarily travel in a straight path; they will curve very slightly in order to hit a target. Different projectiles will experience different curvatures.
  19. something acting upon a magnet.
  20. Rubbing or stroking.
  21. In occult terminology, a form of elemental electricity which confers the power of attraction and creates polarity. Almost every person and object has magnetic attraction. Physical magnetism is deemed to be allied to electricity, hence associated with Uranus and Scorpio.