Field-intensity



noun, Physics.
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noun, Physics.
1.
the vector sum of all forces exerted by a field on a unit mass, unit charge, unit magnetic pole, etc., at a given point within the field.
noun
1.
(radio, television) the intensity of an electromagnetic wave at any point in the area covered by a radio or television transmitter
2.
(physics) the intensity of an electric or magnetic field See intensity

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