磁場, じば, じじょう

  • jiba,jijō

Definition of 磁場,じば,じじょう

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • magnetic field

  • ambience
  • atmosphere
  • focal point

Examples of 磁場,じば,じじょう in a Sentence

この磁場が2磁力磁力に走っています。
The lines of this field run between magnetic north and magnetic south at the two poles.
To learn the answer you must know a little about the magnetic field around the world.
So there is a magnetic field around earth.
ところが地球の磁場はごく弱いものです。
But the earth's magnetic field is very weak.
The magnets, of course, have a magnetic field around them.
Pigeons can find their way home with the help of the Earth's magnetic field.
So the pigeon can feel the magnetic field on its head, but it can't feel the Earth's magnetic field.
So the pigeon can feel the magnetic field on its head, but it can't feel the Earth's magnetic field.
この磁鉄鉱地球の磁場に引きつけられる。
The magnetite is attracted to the earth's magnetic field.
This may be because they could not use the earth's magnetic field.
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