Magnetic Poles

Science / Weather / Magnetic Poles: Either of the two points on the earth's surface where the magnetic meridians converge. They are not aligned with the geographical poles, but shift and do not lie exactly opposite of the other.

Other Words for Magnetic

Magnetic Noun Synonyms: attractive, attracting, engaging, captivating, enthralling, seductive, alluring, entrancing, bewitching, beguiling, arresting, spellbinding, irresistible, charismatic, winning, winsome, inviting
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Poles

Technology / Motors / Poles: In an AC motor, refers to the number of magnetic poles in the stator winding. The number of poles is a determinant of the motor's speed. (See Synchronous Speed) In a DC motor, refers to the number of MORE

Magnetic Poles

Science / Weather / Magnetic Poles: Either of the two points on the earth's surface where the magnetic meridians converge. They are not aligned with the geographical poles, but shift and do not lie exactly opposite of the other. MORE

Magnetic Quantum Number

Science / Chemistry / Magnetic Quantum Number: Quantum number that labels different orbitals within a subshell. Mell can take on values from -ell to +ell. The number of orbitals in a subshell is the same as the number of possible mell values. MORE

Magnetic Polarity

Technology / Motors / Magnetic Polarity: It is a fundamental principle of a winding that adjacent poles must be wound to give opposite magnetic polarity. This does not mean that the coils actually have to be wound in this direction before be MORE

Magnetic North Pole

Science / Geology / Magnetic North Pole: (1) The point where the Earth's surface intersects the axis of the dipole that best approximates the Earth's field. (2) The point where the Earth's magnetic field dips vertically downward. MORE

Magnetic Inclination

Science / Geology / Magnetic Inclination: The vertical angular difference between a horizontal plane and the orientation of Earth's magnetic field. MORE

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