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- n. A unit of magnetic field equal to 1,000 gauss
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A flux-density of 1000 lines per square centimeter: a practical unit of magnetic flux-density or magnetic induction.
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They can put out planar 25+ kilogauss with just a 200mwatt UV laser beam.
Furthermore, it is known from experiment that the application of short duration intense magnetic fields (several hundred kilogauss) to copper cores can reveal that they have momentarily experienced a near-molten state from which they were spontaneously cooled when the magnetization pulse terminated.
In 1924 he developed methods for obtaining very strong magnetic fields and produced fields up to 320 kilogauss in a volume of 2 cm3.