## 8 thoughts on “ Galeomagnetism - K2 - Galeomagnetism (CDr, Album) ”

1. Yohn says:
Label: PARA disc - PACD • Format: CDr Album, Limited Edition, Numbered • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Noise K2 - Galeomagnetism (, CDr) | Discogs Explore/5(7).
2. Gardarr says:
Jan 03,  · Real Name: 草深公秀 (Kusafuka Kimihide).
3. Yojinn says:
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4. Murg says:
Diamagnetism, kind of magnetism characteristic of materials that line up at right angles to a nonuniform magnetic field and that partly expel from their interior the magnetic field in which they are placed. First observed by S.J. Brugmans () in .
5. Mit says:
Figure An unmagnetized piece of iron is placed between two magnets, heated, and then cooled, or simply tapped when cold. The iron becomes a permanent magnet with the poles aligned as shown: its south pole is adjacent to the north pole of the original magnet, and its north pole is adjacent to the south pole of the original magnet.
6. Kirg says:
Galvanomagnetic Phenomena the aggregate of phenomena associated with the action of a magnetic field on the electrical (galvanic) properties of solid conductors (metals and semiconductors) through which a current is flowing. The most important are the phenomena in a magnetic field H that is perpendicular to the current (transverse galvanomagnetic.
7. Zulkigis says:
Diamagnetism. Any time two electrons share the same orbital, their spin quantum numbers have to be different. In other words, one of the electrons has to be “spin-up,” with $m_s = +\frac{1}{2}$, while the other electron is “spin-down,” with $m_s = -\frac{1}{2}$.
8. Kigore says:
Magnetism - Magnetism - Ferromagnetism: A ferromagnetic substance contains permanent atomic magnetic dipoles that are spontaneously oriented parallel to one another even in the absence of an external field. The magnetic repulsion between two dipoles aligned side by side with their moments in the same direction makes it difficult to understand the phenomenon of .