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Of, relating to, or resulting from the magnetic properties of an electrically charged particle or substance that is spinning.
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(General Physics) of or caused by magnetic properties resulting from the spin of a charged particle, such as an electron
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(ˌdʒaɪ roʊ mægˈnɛt ɪk)

of or pertaining to the magnetic properties of a rotating charged particle.
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It consisted of [10]: autopilot A[PI]-5-2 or A[PI]-6; variometer BAP-30-3; altimeter B[??]-20; speed indicator KyC-1200; radio altimeter PB-2; astrocompass AK-49; short-range radio navigation system PC[??]H-2; airborne radar P[phrase omitted]-4[GAMMA]; radio compass APK-5; gyrohalfcompas [GAMMA][PI]K-52; remote gyromagnetic compass [phrase omitted]MK-7; course-glide path system C[PI]-50 <<Mainland>>, course-glide path system [??][??]C (course radio receiver KP[PI]-[R], glissad radio receiver [GAMMA]P[PI]-2, marker radio receiver MP[PI]-48 or MP[PI]-56[PI]); communication radio station (receiver yC-9, transmitter 1-PC[??]-70).
The relationship between the magnetic moment and the angular momentum is called the "gyromagnetic ratio" and has the value "e/2m".
The results involve the bare gyromagnetic ratios and experimental data are from [44].
where [gamma] is a physical constant (the gyromagnetic ratio) and the magnetic induction B may be written as a purely imaginary quaternion, so the evolution of the above system describes a rotor with angular velocity [OMEGA] = [gamma]B.
where [T.sup.1.sub.2] is the relaxation time of fluid (ms), [[rho].sub.2] is the transverse surface relaxation strength ([micro]m/ms), s is the pore surface area ([cm.sup.2]), V is the pore volume ([cm.sup.3]), [[rho].sub.2]s/V is the transverse surface relaxation rate, D is the diffusion coefficient, [gamma] is the gyromagnetic ratio, G is the gradient of the magnetic field, is the gradient of the magnetic field (Gs/cm), [T.sub.E] is the echo time (ms), and D[([gamma][GT.sub.E]).sup.2]/12 is the diffusion relaxation rate.
The susceptibility effects encountered in [sup.13]C MR are considerably smaller relative to [sup.1]H MR by virtue of the [sup.13]C gyromagnetic ratio, which is one-fourth that of [sup.1]H.
where [T.sub.2B] is the free relaxation time, ms; [rho] is a constant representing the transverse relaxation strength, [micro]m/ms; S/V is the specific surface area which relates to the pore size; D is the diffusion coefficient, [micro][m.sup.2]/ms; [gamma] is the gyromagnetic ratio, MHz/T; and G is the field-strength gradient, Gs/cm; [T.sub.E] is the interecho spacing, ms.
"Coplanar Waveguide: A Surface Strip Transmission Line Suitable for Nonreciprocal Gyromagnetic Device Applications," IEEE Trans.
In [20], Lin and Chui have developed a complete theory to solve Maxwell equations for gyromagnetic particles.
where [gamma] = 267 x [10.sup.6] radians/(s T) is the gyromagnetic ratio for protons and At is the time over which the phase accumulates (the duration of the magnetic field for brief biomagnetic signals or a duration related to the MRI pulse sequence such as the echo time for long duration biomagnetic signals).
[f.sub.FMR] increases with increasing [H.sub.k], where [H.sub.k] is the magneto- crystalline anisotropy field, [M.sub.s] the saturation magnetization, and [gamma]/2[pi] the gyromagnetic constant (2.8MHz/Oe).
Analogical models of ferrite-dielectric (gyromagnetic) waveguides are used occasionally.