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magnetisation

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n magnetisation the physical property of being magnetic
    • n magnetisation the process that makes a substance magnetic (temporarily or permanently)
    • n magnetisation the extent or degree to which something is magnetized
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Usage

In literature:

Amber or steel, when magnetised, seem to exercise "selection"; they do not attract all substances alike.
"The World's Greatest Books - Volume 15 - Science" by Various
When she spoke again, it was like one speaking in her sleep, or under the spell of somebody who had magnetised her.
"The Manxman A Novel - 1895" by Hall Caine
A doctor will magnetise water and cure his patient therewith.
"Esoteric Christianity, or The Lesser Mysteries" by Annie Besant
You will magnetise the Queen as you have magnetised me.
"The Lost Ten Tribes, and 1882" by Joseph Wild
I am like a thing that is magnetised, held: I am not able, day or night, to detach my mind from God.
"The Prodigal Returns" by Lilian Staveley
His very face and bearing had in them an impassive calmness which magnetised those who watched him.
"Studies in Contemporary Biography" by James Bryce, Viscount Bryce
What there was in that look perhaps no one else could see; but it magnetised Cynthia.
"A Life Sentence" by Adeline Sergeant
She placed the backs of her clasped hands under her chin and sat there, magnetising me.
"The Tower of Oblivion" by Oliver Onions
Perhaps he magnetised her with his large blue eyes or the calmness of his manner may have had a soothing effect.
"The Solitary Farm" by Fergus Hume
His eyes wandered to the face, and then his head shot forward as though he had been magnetised.
"The Bail Jumper" by Robert J. C. Stead
If you magnetise a long bar of iron you will find that its length is actually altered.
"Autobiography of an Electron" by Charles R. (Charles Robert) Gibson
The next slot in the wheel that was to be magnetised was 33.
"Chance in Chains" by Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
The latter is but a small piece of iron magnetised; the former is nothing more than a spinning-top.
"Marvels of Scientific Invention" by Thomas W. Corbin
She can't be magnetised, or mesmerised, or hypnotised, or whatever it is.
"Amusement Only" by Richard Marsh
The camel eagerly fixed its eyes on the food and moved towards me as if magnetised.
"Lord John in New York" by C. N. Williamson
She was like one magnetised, who, her power of volition being gone, is obeying the dictates of a foreign power.
"My Lords of Strogue Vol. III, (of III)" by Lewis Wingfield
It now has to be magnetised.
"Electric Bells and All About Them" by S. R. Bottone
Modern magnetisers, however, outstrip the ancients in the wonders they relate in regard to somnambulent faculties developed by magnetism.
"Curiosities of Medical Experience" by J. G. (John Gideon) Millingen
He carried people along current-fashion rather than magnetised them.
"The White Terror and The Red" by Abraham Cahan
Increase of magnetisation of M increases deflection, while decrease of magnetisation diminishes the deflection.
"Life Movements in Plants, Volume II, 1919" by Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose
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In science:

In the dynamically disordered (Q = 0) phase and near the transition point, the time series of the magnetisation (m(t)) can be approximated as a square wave with a phase lag δ with the applied sinusoidal magnetic field.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
This form of the loop area was also obtained from the assumption that it is approximately equal to four times the product of coercive field and remanent magnetization (here the remanent magnetisation equal to unity), where the coercive field is identified as h0 sin(δ) (the change in field during the phase lag).
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
The qualitative nature of the dynamic phase boundarycan be realised by considering the simplified form of the instantaneous magnetisation in the ordered phase.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
In the above simplified approximation, it was considered (since Q 6= 0) that the magnetisation can not jump to the other well, however the value of initial magnetisation is reduced by the amount mr .
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
Taking the above form of magnetisation the dynamic order parameter Q can be calculated as Q = (2 − mr )/2.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
The long time response (magnetisation) of a kinetic Ising system represented by the Hamiltonian (eqn. 2) is studied when the uniform field over the sample h(t) varies randomly in time with a uniform distribution bounded between +h0/2 and −h0/2.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
In a Monte Carlo simulation study in two dimension, the nature of the response magnetisation (see Fig.7a and Fig.7b) is studied with the dynamic order parameter Q(= (1/τ ) R τ 0 m(t′ )dt′ ; τ ≫ 1) which is given by the long-time average (over the active duration of the magnetic field) of magnetisation.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
The dynamic transition for a randomly varying magnetic field was also studied by solving the mean-field equation (eqn. 1) of motion of average magnetisation.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
After an initial transient period the intantaneous magnetisation m(t) has been found to be stabilised and periodic with the same periodicity of the applied oscillating field.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
It has been observed numerically that, for fixed values of h0 and w, the magnetisation becomes periodic (in time) with the same periodicity as the applied sinusoidal magnetic field.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
For the smaller values of the quenched disorder (w = 8.0) and the field amplitude (h0 = 0.5), the magnetisation oscillates asymmetrically about the zero line i.e., the system remains in a dynamically symmetry-broken phase.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
So, the time-averaged magnetisation over a full cycle of the oscillating field, the dynamic order parameter, is nonzero in the symmetry-broken phase.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
By increasing the field amplitude (for h0 = 2.0) keeping w fixed (w = 8.0), it was observed that the system acquires a dynamically symmetric phase, i.e., the magnetisation oscillates symmetrically about the zero line.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
To calculate any macroscopic quantity, like instantaneous magnetisation components, the following method was employed.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
The films have strong uniaxial magnetisation with two ferromagnetic phases of opposite spin orientations.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
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