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electromagnetically

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an electromagnetic manner; by electromagnetism.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb by means of electromagnetism

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

electromagnetic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • The experiment, reported in last week's issue of the journal Nature, took advantage of a peculiar property called electromagnetically induced transparency.

    Going Faster Than Light?

  • A team of researchers from Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) in Germany made the discovery by employing a technique known as electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT)-this is when an object's nuclei's emission and absorption of energy are in equilibrium.

    Gizmodo

  • One result is an effect known as electromagnetically induced transparency, which is key to producing slow light.

    innovations-report

  • One result is an effect known as electromagnetically induced transparency, which is key to producing slow light.

    cellular-news

  • An unidentified pro football player suffered such an injury, prompting experts to publish a warning in a sports medicine journal about the prevalence among athletes of both tattoos and the need for MRI tests for injuries; they said caregivers should be wary of tattoos laden with black ink and pigments containing iron oxide, which may be more likely to react electromagnetically with the imagining technology and cause burns.

    Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D.: Tattoos: Inks Raise New Health Concerns About Age-Old Designs

  • An unidentified pro football player suffered such an injury, prompting experts to publish a warning in a sports medicine journal about the prevalence among athletes of both tattoos and the need for MRI tests for injuries; they said caregivers should be wary of tattoos laden with black ink and pigments containing iron oxide, which may be more likely to react electromagnetically with the imagining technology and cause burns.

    Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D.: Tattoos: Inks Raise New Health Concerns About Age-Old Designs

  • Along the way, she enrolls in an English medium school, gets electromagnetically haunted at a university in Ontario, and visits a Duke University professor with a plan to weigh the consciousness of a leech.

    Spook by Mary Roach: Book summary

  • An unidentified pro football player suffered such an injury, prompting experts to publish a warning in a sports medicine journal about the prevalence among athletes of both tattoos and the need for MRI tests for injuries; they said caregivers should be wary of tattoos laden with black ink and pigments containing iron oxide, which may be more likely to react electromagnetically with the imagining technology and cause burns.

    Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D.: Tattoos: Inks Raise New Health Concerns About Age-Old Designs

  • But I give far more credence to the latter possibility than the former; our understanding of those dynamics are ridiculously primitive, and I am open to considering almost anything in this electromagnetically entangled universe.

    Eliot Daley: My Memo To Atheists: Why I Choose God

  • An unidentified pro football player suffered such an injury, prompting experts to publish a warning in a sports medicine journal about the prevalence among athletes of both tattoos and the need for MRI tests for injuries; they said caregivers should be wary of tattoos laden with black ink and pigments containing iron oxide, which may be more likely to react electromagnetically with the imagining technology and cause burns.

    Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D.: Tattoos: Inks Raise New Health Concerns About Age-Old Designs

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