Noun(1) attraction for iron; associated with electric currents as well as magnets; characterized by fields of force(2) the branch of science that studies magnetism
(1) his personal magnetism attracted men to the brotherhood(2) This work by Thomson in 1856 on electricity and magnetism is important for it was these ideas which led Maxwell to develop his remarkable new theory of electromagnetism.(3) Her warm personality and her maternal magnetism draws children near.(4) Isaac Newton had described gravity 200 years earlier; James Maxwell had explained the phenomena of electricity and magnetism with his equations in 1873.(5) He was one of the greatest artists ballet has ever produced, a dancer of exceptional ability and magnetism .(6) In many ways, dragging is to gravity what magnetism is to electricity.(7) He was one of those cats that just came along at the right time with an incredible gift, an incredible presence, an incredible magnetism that just dominated the entire rock-and-roll world.(8) She was charming, with the indefinable magnetism certain older cultivated European women possess whether or not they were beauties in their youth.(9) That same year, 1600, De Magnete was published, and was quickly accepted as the standard work on magnetism and electrical phenomena throughout Europe.(10) Still, personal magnetism and motivational esprit remain important qualifications for leadership in evangelical groups.(11) Last year she was the most photographed woman athlete on the covers of sports magazines and her magnetism attracts people wherever she plays.(12) In conventional magnets, magnetism is the result of electron spins lining up.(13) People with warm hands have personal magnetism , vivacity, and strength of character.(14) Maxwell's theoretical unification of electricity and magnetism was engineered into the modern human power to communicate across space at the speed of light.(15) I mentioned to him that Einstein was very struck as a young high school student by Maxwell's equations, the laws of electricity and magnetism , and that they made a very deep impression on him.(16) Jacques-Louis Lions was a man of considerable personal magnetism and charm, whose charisma, brilliance as a teacher, and accessibility attracted other to work with him.
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