• He says that, when researchers changed the magnetic field, the butterflies were no longer able to find their way.

    VOA: special.2010.04.27

  • That is we make animation file when you put the current to the coil of the field, getting established magnetic field.


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  • You can take something that's magnetic with a north-south 1 magnetization and just say arbitrarily, this will represent one.


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  • Professor Taylor says his team used this method to discover that butterflies depend on information about the Earth's magnetic fields.

    VOA: special.2010.04.27

  • And this spin magnetic quantum number we abbreviate as m sub s, so that's to differentiate from m sub l.


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  • The test, also known as MRI, involves studying the magnetic signals from all the cells in the body.

    VOA: special.2009.01.06

  • who conducted the experiment of hydrogen emission spectrum in a magnetic field.


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  • It says there is not enough evidence to decide about either digital mammography or magnetic resonance imaging instead of traditional film mammography.

    VOA: special.2009.11.18

  • And again in one of the functional magnetic insonance image experiments, we could ask Mike to examine faces verse other things.


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  • It uses an MRI or magnetic resonance imaging machine to look for abnormalities in the brain.

    VOA: special.2010.12.21

  • There are many kinds of work. There's electrical work, take the motor, you plug it into the wall, electricity makes the fan go around, that's electrical work. There's magnetic work.


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  • A compass is a device containing a metal object that points toward the magnetic north pole.

    VOA: special.2010.07.14

  • For example, the hall prove to measure the magnetic field of a crack caring club.


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  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging is one way to tell if a patient has multiple sclerosis.

    VOA: special.2009.01.06

  • So on your computer's hard drive are again, a whole bunch of tiny magnetic particles aligned this way or this way.


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  • That means functional magnetic resonance imaging.

    VOA: special.2010.10.13

  • And when you actually wanna store information on disk, can you actually use, as we'll see in a moment, magnetic particles.


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  • "It includes three hundred million dollars to buy new cars for the government, eight billion dollars for high-speed rail projects, such as a 'magnetic levitation' line from Las Vegas to Disneyland, and one hundred forty million dollars for something called 'volcano monitoring.'

    VOA: special.2009.02.27

  • And when you solved the relativistic form of the Schrodinger equation, what you end up with is that you can have two possible values for the magnetic spin quantum number.


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  • And London's Transport Authority has promoted the Oyster card, a magnetic payment system that keeps track of where people have been and when.

    VOA: standard.2010.04.01

  • And what can happen is that this cartoon shows that if you put a magnetic field on liquid oxygen, that liquid oxygen would be drawn towards the magnetic field.


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  • Council members go door-to-door, distributing special magnetic emergency cards to refugee and immigrant homes.

    VOA: standard.2010.07.22

  • But what's interesting is when they're actually there, essentially, if this is a magnetic particle, 1 you can actually represent zeros and ones pretty easily.


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  • "If you're right, what is the origin of the magnetic fields?"

    VOA: standard.2010.05.04

  • And when you turn the current off, the magnetic field collapses.


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  • it's this paper mend with a plastic cover and there's all these black magnetic particles here.


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  • An experiment called functional magnetic resonance imaging as illustrated here.


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  • Now you have a gap in your data and yet you still have some magnetic particles there that could be useful.


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  • No, we can't. Because if l equals 1, we can not have m sub l equal negative 2, right, because the magnetic quantum number only goes from negative l to positive l here.


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  • Now this is mostly irrelevant to what we're talking about except for the fact that there are magnetic particles involved and they're really small because it turns out what's inside most of your laptops and desktop computers are these things called hard drives.


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magnetic field 磁场

magnetic resonance 磁共振;磁谐振

magnetic separation 磁选;磁性分离;磁力分离;磁力选矿

magnetic resonance imaging 磁共振成象

nuclear magnetic resonance 核磁共振

magnetic flux 磁通量

magnetic force [物]磁力

magnetic material 磁性材料

magnetic circuit 磁路

magnetic induction 磁感应,磁感应强度

magnetic bearing (电)磁向位

magnetic separator 磁力分离器

magnetic tape 磁带,录音带

magnetic particle 磁粉;磁粒子,磁秽

magnetic suspension 磁悬浮,悬磁性

magnetic powder 磁粉

magnetic levitation 磁悬浮

external magnetic field 外部磁场,外磁场

magnetic flux density 磁感应强度;磁通密度

magnetic susceptibility 磁化率

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