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electromagnetisme‧lec‧tro‧mag‧ne‧tis‧m /ɪˌlektrəʊˈmæɡnətɪzəm $ -troʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  technicalHPE the relationship between electricity and magnetism, and the effect that they have on each other
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electromagnetismNewtonian mechanics, wave optics and classical electromagnetism all constituted and perhaps constitute paradigms and qualify as sciences.The quantitative details of classical electromagnetism yield an estimated time of about 10 -8 seconds for this collapse to occur.It was not unlikely that they were closely linked, or even identical, with the forces of gravity and of electromagnetism.They are difficult to explain within the laws of electromagnetism.Together these results produce the combined subject of electromagnetism.Albert Einstein spent the last 50 years of his life unsuccessfully trying to unify the theories of electromagnetism and gravity.In addition to the usual material, it contains useful chapters on electromagnetism and relativistic fluids and introduces the reader to tensor notation.In particular they made great progress in their attempts to put electromagnetism and the weak nuclear force together within the same theoretical framework.
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