[mag-ni-tahyt] /ˈmæg nɪˌtaɪt/
a very common black iron oxide mineral, Fe 3 O 4 , that is strongly attracted by magnets: an important iron ore.
a black magnetic mineral, found in igneous and metamorphic rocks and as a separate deposit. It is a source of iron. Composition: iron oxide. Formula: Fe3O4. Crystal structure: cubic
magnetic iron ore, 1840, from German magnetit; see magnet + -ite (2).
A brown to black mineral that is strongly magnetic. It crystallizes in the cubic system and commonly occurs as small octahedrons. Magnetite occurs in many different types of rock and is an important source of iron. Chemical formula: Fe3O4.
[mag-ni-tahy-zuh-buh l] /ˌmæg nɪˈtaɪ zə bəl/ adjective 1. susceptible to magnetization.
[mag-ni-tuh-zey-shuh n] /ˌmæg nɪ təˈzeɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the process of or the state of being . 2. Electricity. the per unit volume induced by any external : measured in amperes per meter. Symbol: M. n. 1801, noun of action from magnetize.
[mag-ni-tahyz] /ˈmæg nɪˌtaɪz/ verb (used with object), magnetized, magnetizing. 1. to make a of or impart the properties of a to. 2. to exert an attracting or compelling influence upon: The evangelist’s oratory magnetized his listeners. 3. Archaic. to mesmerize. /ˈmæɡnɪˌtaɪz/ verb (transitive) 1. to make (a substance or object) magnetic 2. to attract strongly […]
noun, Electricity. 1. . noun, Electricity. 1. that part of the magnetic induction that is determined at any point in space by the current density and displacement current at that point independently of the magnetic or other physical properties of the surrounding medium. Symbol: H. magnetic intensity See magnetic field strength.