field intensity definition

  • noun:
    • the vector sum of all of the causes exerted by a power or magnetic area (on a unit size or unit charge or product magnetized pole) at a given part of the area
    • the vector sum of all of the causes exerted by a power or magnetized field (on a unit size or unit cost or unit magnetized pole) at confirmed part of the field
    • the vector amount of most of the forces exerted by an electrical or magnetized area (on a unit size or unit cost or device magnetized pole) at confirmed part of the area
    • the vector sum of all forces exerted by a power or magnetized field (on a unit mass or unit charge or unit magnetized pole) at confirmed part of the area
    • the vector amount of all forces exerted by an electric or magnetized industry (on a unit mass or device fee or unit magnetized pole) at certain part of the area
    • the vector amount of most of the causes exerted by a power or magnetic field (on a unit size or unit charge or unit magnetic pole) at a given part of the industry
    • the vector amount of all causes exerted by an electric or magnetic industry (on a unit mass or product fee or unit magnetized pole) at confirmed point in the area
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