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rem·a·nence

 (rĕm′ə-nəns)
n.
The magnetic induction that remains in a material after removal of the magnetizing field.

[From Middle English remanent, remaining, from Latin remanēns, remanent-, present participle of remanēre, to remain; see remain.]

rem′a·nent adj.
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remanence

(ˈrɛmənəns)
n
(General Physics) physics the ability of a material to retain magnetization, equal to the magnetic flux density of the material after the removal of the magnetizing field. Also called: retentivity
[C17: from Latin remanēre to stay behind, remain]
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rem•a•nence

(ˈrɛm ə nəns)

n.
the magnetic flux that remains in a magnetic circuit after an applied magnetomotive force has been removed.
[1915–20]
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