electromagnetnoun [ C ]uk /iˌlek.trəuˈmæɡ.nət/ us /iˌlek.troʊˈmæɡ.nət/ specialized
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- Hence the cause of the commonly received opinion among telegraph engineers that for rapid work electromagnets must have short cores.
- Many two-pole electromagnets show a tendency to bend together when the current is turned on.
- On heating the bulb the duration of the glow was greatly diminished, and it could be instantly extinguished by the presence of an electromagnet.
- The heater is cut out by an electromagnet when the glower goes into operation.
- We will now consider the actual mechanical construction of the electromagnet.